• June 08, 2017

Man Killed in Houston, TX, Motorcycle Accident on Sam Houston

Houston, TX -- June 8, 2017, a man was killed as the result of an accident where his motorcycle somehow lost control and crashed off Sam Houston Parkway.

According to investigators from the Harris County Sheriff's Department, the incident took place just before 3:00 a.m. near the intersection of East Sam Houston Parkway and Wallisville Road.

Preliminary reports indicated that a man, whose identity has not been released, was traveling along the northbound service road of the parkway on a motorcycle. For reasons unclear, the vehicle came into contact with a curb while trying to merge onto the highway. This caused the vehicle to lose control, crash, and ultimately eject the rider onto the ground.

The motorcyclist suffered fatal injuries in the accident, and he eventually died from his injuries. It's unclear whether or not he was taken to a hospital.

At this time, police continue to investigate the factors surrounding the accident.

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