• May 01, 2017

Man Killed in Spring, TX, Motorcycle Accident on Riley Fuzzel Rd.

Spring, TX -- April 28, 2017, a man suffered fatal injuries following an accident in which his motorcycle and a car crashed on Riley Fuzzel Road.

Authorities from the Texas Department of Public Safety reported that the accident happened at around 2:00 p.m near the intersection of Riley Fuzzel Road and Highway 99.

Preliminary reports indicate that a woman was driving a passenger vehicle along Riley Fuzzel when she came to a stop sign. After stopping, she attempted to make a left turn, entering the path of the oncoming motorcycle. The man could not stop in time and collided into the car, ejecting from the vehicle onto the roadway.

The motorcyclist sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. The woman had minor injuries for which she was taken to St. Luke's Hospital for treatment.

Texas DPS officials say the woman failed to yield the right of way to the motorcycle but didn't report any citations or charges. No further details have been reported.

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