• December 06, 2018

Stacy McNeely Killed in Spurger, TX, Motorcycle Accident

Spurger, TX -- November 29, 2018, Stacy McNeely sustained fatal injuries following an accident where her motorcycle somehow crashed.

According to preliminary information released by the Texas State Troopers, the fatal incident happened in the afternoon hours of Thursday along FM 92.

The exact details surrounding the crash aren't exactly clear at this time. Investigators say only that while riding a motorcycle, 47-year-old McNeely somehow fell into the roadway. As a result, she sustained fatal injuries and died at the scene.

Investigators did not say if anyone else was involved in the wreck. The exact cause of the crash has yet to be determined.

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