• February 17, 2017

Motorcyclist Injured in College Station, TX, Accident on SW Parkway

College Station, TX -- February 12, 2017, one person sustained injuries following an accident where a car and a motorcycle crashed on Southwest Parkway.

College Station emergency response teams were called out to the intersection of Southwest Parkway and Texas Avenue in the early evening hours of Sunday.

Their preliminary investigations indicate that a pickup was traveling through the intersection as a motorcycle was doing the same. Reports say the pickup failed to yield the right of way to the motorcycle, and it crashed into the motorbike. The rider was ejected onto the roadway.

Emergency services arrived on the scene and transported the motorcycle rider to a hospital with non-critical injuries. The other driver was uninjured.

Police issued a citation to the pickup driver for failure to yield. They have not reported any additional details at this time.

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