• February 10, 2017

Motorcyclist Injured in Houston, TX, Accident at FM 1960 & Jones

Houston, TX -- February 10, 2017, a man was seriously injured following an accident where his motorcycle and a van collided on FM 1960.

Authorities responded to the crash scene in the early morning hours of Friday while it was still dark out. The incident occurred near the intersection of FM 1960 and Jones Road.

Preliminary investigations indicate that a minivan was attempting to turn into a parking lot from FM 1960. In doing so, it entered the path of an oncoming motorcyclist. The rider could not stop in time and crashed into the side of the van. The rider was ejected onto the roadway.

Emergency services came to the scene and found the motorcyclist underneath the van and unresponsive. He was transported to a nearby hospital with critical injuries. The driver of the van was not injured.

Authorities have not reported any citations or charges at this time. They say the crash is still under investigation.

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