• May 10, 2017

Ellis Massey Injured in Victoria, TX, Bicycle Accident

Victoria, TX -- May 4, 2017, Ellis Aaron Massey was injured following an accident in which he was struck by a vehicle while riding a bicycle.

Investigators from the Victoria Police Department responded to the accident scene at approximately 7:00 p.m. to a residence located off the intersection of North Laurent Street and Polk Avenue.

According to police officials, 23-year-old Tony Smarr was in her vehicle attempting to back out of her driveway. As she did so, she did not see 20-year-old Massey on a bicycle crossing the sidewalk by her house. As a result, Massey was knocked onto the roadway.

Medical teams came to the scene and transported to Massey to Citizens Medical Center with injuries said to be non-life-threatening. No one else was injured.

Police did not report any charges or citations resulting from the incident. No further details are available.

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