• May 02, 2017

1 Killed, 1 Hurt in Harris Co., TX, Motorcycle Accident on Aldine Westfield

Harris County, TX -- April 30, 2017, one person was killed and another was injured after an accident where their motorcycle crashed on Aldine Westfield.

Harris County Sheriff's Deputies were called out to the accident scene at approximately 11:00 p.m. at the intersection of Aldine Westfield Road and Treaschwig Road.

According to preliminary details released by investigators, a man was driving a motorcycle with one other rider as a passenger. As they traveled, they somehow crossed paths with another vehicle. This resulted in a collision that ejected both riders onto the roadway.

As a result of the crash, the driver of the motorcycle suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. The passenger was transported to a medical facility for unspecified injuries. No one in the other vehicle was hurt.

Police have yet to indicate what factors led to the fatal crash. Their investigations are ongoing.

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