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Houston – Motorcycle Collision on Farm to Market Road 1960

Posted on Friday, November 22nd, 2019 at 8:02 am    

A motorcycle rider was killed after getting involved in a car accident on Farm to Market Road 1960, Tuesday.

According to the report, the incident took place at the 11200 block of East Farm to Market Road 1960. Initial investigation indicates that the motorcycle was seen traveling along the highway when it crashed into a pickup truck. The operator of the motorcycle suffered from significant injuries from the force of the impact. He was pronounced dead by emergency crews who responded to the scene.

No words on the driver of the pickup truck.

Houston law enforcement officials arrived at the scene to assist in the clearing. How the crash happened is yet to be determined as the investigation is still in progress.

Anyone who has information about the incident is encouraged to get in contact with authorities.

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