Corpus Christi, TX — December 2, 2018, a man sustained serious injuries following an accident where his motorcycle crashed along the Crosstown Expressway.
Investigators with the Corpus Christi Police Department responded to the accident scene Sunday night. They say the crash happened along the Crosstown Expressway just off Gollihar Road.
Officers stated that a 64-year-old man, name not released, was riding a motorcycle along the expressway. For reasons currently unclear, the motorcycle lost control, causing it to crash and eject the rider.
Medical teams responded and found the man in serious condition on the roadway. They transported him to CHRISTUS Shoreline Hospital for treatment.
At this time, the exact factors leading up to the collision remain unclear.
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