HOUSTON, TX – A motorcyclist died after being spotted weaving in and out of traffic along the West Loop on Thursday night.
According to a report by the Houston Police Department, the accident took place at about 8:25 p.m. within the 2500 block of I-610, near Westheimer Road.
Witnesses told police two motorcyclists were weaving in and out of traffic when one crashed into the rear of a Chevrolet Tahoe that had slowed down. The victim, who was driving a blue Yamaha, was rushed to Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
The other motorcyclist and the driver of the Tahoe were both unhurt. Both were questioned and released from the scene.
The Houston motorcycle accident attorney at the law offices of Willie D. Powells III firmly believes in every motorcyclists’ right to safety on Texas roads. That is why he will always fight to secure the maximum amount in compensation after you’ve lost a loved one as the result of a preventable crash. You can reach him anytime 24/7at 713.913.1566 or fill out the online contact form to schedule a free consultation.