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Denton – Gentry Watson Died in Fatal Bike Crash on North Loop 288

Posted on Monday, October 28th, 2019 at 12:28 am    

A man who was killed in a fatal auto vs bicycle collision on North Loop 288 has been identified by Denton law enforcement officials, a local news source reported.

The fatality was identified as 62-year-old Gentry Watson.

According to the report, Watson was riding his bicycle across the road at the 1100 block of North Loop 288, near Audra Lane, when a passing 202 Hyundai hatchback struck him. The impact of the crash resulted in the death of Watson. It was not confirmed if he was rushed to a hospital or died on scene.

Authorities did not release further information about the driver of the Hyundai.

The Denton Police Department is investigating the accident. Anyone who has information about the accident should get in contact with local authorities.

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