• May 08, 2017

One Killed, One Hurt in Truck vs. Motorcycle Accident near 500 English Crossing Rd. in Bandera, TX

Banderas County, TX -- A collision between a motorcycle and a gravel truck led to the death of an unidentified man and left one woman injured Saturday, May 6, 2017.

The incident took place near 500 English Crossing Road.

According to police officials, the motorcycle was traveling along English Crossing when it collided with the gravel truck. The man and woman on the bike were pinned beneath the truck in the collision. The male driver of the bike was killed at the scene of the incident. The female passenger was taken to a nearby hospital, and was last listed in critical condition.

Authorities were at the scene following the incident in an effort to determine the exact cause.

Further information may be forthcoming pending the conclusion of the investigation.

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