• February 14, 2017

Darryl Ray Byrd Killed in Grangerland, TX, Motorcycle Accident

Grangerland, TX -- February 12, 2017, Darryl Ray Byrd was killed following an accident where his motorcycle was hit by a car.

Montgomery County officials responded to the accident scene at around 12:30 p.m. near the intersection of FM 3083 and Gulf Coast Road.

Their preliminary investigations indicate that 46-year-old Byrd was pulling out of Grangerland Ship-n-Mail onto FM 3083. Once on the road, his motorcycle was struck by a southbound Nissan Rogue. Byrd was ejected from his Suzuki motorcycle onto the roadway.

Byrd was critically injured in the collision, and EMS transported him to Conroe Regional Trauma Center. His injuries proved fatal, and he was pronounced dead upon arrival. The driver of the Nissan was uninjured.

Authorities have not reported any charges or citations resulting from the accident. They have not released any additional details at this time.

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