Houston Car Accident Leaves Motorcyclist Dead
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
A Houston car accident involving a motorcycle leaves a motorcycle rider dead after he slams into a car in an attempt to avoid the vehicle. The incident took place at approximately 10:00 PM on Wednesday evening, January 27, 2010, in the southwest Houston area.
According to police, witnesses said that the motorcyclist was traveling westbound on the 610 South Loop near the Stella Link Road exit at a high rate of speed. The motorcycle slammed into a Honda Civic as the rider attempted to swerve around the car. The exact speed that the motorcycle was traveling at was not made known.
The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. He was allegedly not wearing a motorcycle helmet at the time he collided with the Honda Civic. His identity was not released by authorities.
The motorcycle hit the Honda Civic with such force that the Honda was around. There were two unidentified women inside the Honda. Rescue crews transported the two women to a nearby hospital where they were treated for injuries sustained in the accident. They were listed in stable condition.
The fatal Houston car accident involving the motorcycle is still under investigation by local authorities.