• March 27, 2017

Jonathan Garcia Killed in Motorcycle Accident on I-14 in Harker Heights, TX

Harker Heights, TX -- 29-year-old Army Sergeant Jonathan Garcia was killed due to a single-vehicle motorcycle crash in Harker Heights, TX Sunday, March 26, 2017.

The incident took place at the overpass of I-14 and FM 2410 around 1:30 a.m.

Police officials say the bike driven by the victim was headed west when it for reasons unclear lost control. The bike was apparently at a curve, veered off the road, and struck a cable barrier.

Sgt. Jonathan Garcia was declared dead at the scene of the incident.

The report made no mention of other injuries in the crash.

Local authorities are currently examining the details of the incident to determine a cause.

The report provided no more details.

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