Truck takes out motor driver at a stop sign in Bear Creek
HOUSTON, TX- A motorcyclist was fatally injured when a truck ran a red light on Oct. 25 on SH 6, Click2Houston reports.
At 3100 North State Highway 6, at around 5:50p.m., a Toyota Tundra did not yield at a stop sign when it was driving onto SH 6 from Groschke Road. The Triumph motorcycle ran into the left rear of the truck.
The motorcyclist was hospitalized at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center but passed away on Oct. 28.
As of yet, there are no charges and the identity of the motorcyclist has not been officially verified by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.
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