• March 20, 2017

Motorcyclist Killed in Houston, TX, Accident on Fondren Road

Houston, TX -- March 16, 2017, a man was killed as the result of an accident in which his motorcycle was hit by a car on Fondren Road.

Authorities were called out to the scene of the crash at around 1:15 p.m. The incident occurred at the intersection of Fondren Road and Wanda Street, just north of Brays Bayou.

According to preliminary police reports, a 24-year-old was driving a motorcycle northbound on Fondren. While crossing the Wanda Street intersection, a car reportedly failed to yield to the motorcycle while traveling westbound. This caused the two vehicles to crash into each other, ejecting the motorcyclist onto the roadway.

Following the crash, emergency services rushed to the scene. They say the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. It's unclear if the driver of the car was injured.

Authorities at this time do not believe alcohol was a factor. No charges or citations were reported. Investigations are ongoing.

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