Motorcyclist dies after multi-vehicle crash on SH-6 in west Houston

Posted on Friday, March 25th, 2022 at 11:08 am    

HOUSTON, TX — A man died Thursday after his motorcycle collided with two other vehicles on State Highway 6 in west Houston’s Parkwest Central neighborhood, reports Click2Houston.

The fatal accident occurred in the 4000 block of SH-6 southbound, near Westpark Tollway.

According to the Harris County sheriff’s deputies, the man was riding a silver 2013 BMW S1000 motorcycle at a high rate of speed when he hit the back of a gray Acura. Authorities said shortly after, he lost control of his bike and traveled over the center median before entering the northbound lanes, where he collided with the front-end of a Dodge Charger.

The victim was ejected off the motorcycle and died from his injuries at the scene, confirmed deputies.

A section of SH-6 was shut down as an investigation was conducted.

No further information has been disclosed at this time.

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