• February 23, 2017

Man Injured in Killeen, TX, Motorcycle Accident on 38th Street

Killeen, TX -- February 23, 2017, a man was injured as the result of an accident in which his motorcycle lost control on 38th Street and crashed.

Authorities from the Killeen Police Department were called to the accident scene at around 3:30 a.m. near the intersection of 38th Street and Lake Road.

According to preliminary investigations, a man, whose identity was not given, was driving northbound on 38th on a motorcycle. For reasons unclear, the vehicle drifted out of its lane and hit a curb. This caused the motorcycle to lose control and crash, ejecting the rider onto the roadway.

Responding emergency officials say the man was not conscious when they arrived, but regained consciousness before being taken to Scott & White Medical Center in Temple. His injuries were described as possibly life-threatening.

At this time, no particular cause for the accident has been given. No further information is available.

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