Euless, TX — January 10, 2018, Jacob Philp was killed following an accident in which his motorcycle crashed along the highway.
Police officials reported that the accident happened at around 2:00 p.m. near TX-183 and TX-360.
Preliminary investigations indicated that 22-year-old Philp was riding a motorcycle along the freeway at the time. Reports claim he may have been racing another motorcyclist when the vehicle lost control.
Philp fell to the roadway, sustaining critical injuries. EMS officials say he died at the scene. It’s unclear if the other motorcycle stayed at the scene.
Police say the accident is still under investigation.
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