Motorcycle Accident Sends One Man To Hospital - KAUZ-TV: Newschannel 6 Now | Wichita Falls, TX

Motorcycle Accident Sends One Man To Hospital

Posted: Updated:

The Wichita Falls Police Department told Newschannel 6 the injuries and updated medical condition of a motorcyclist who was take to the hospital after an accident Thursday morning.

Officials said the 31-year-old was taken to United Regional for severe head trauma.  Authorities said he is now on life support.

Police told our crew on the scene that the motorcyclist was not wearing a helmet, and believe speed was a factor in the accident.

It happened around 12:30a.m. at the corner of Harrison St. and Speedway Ave.  The biker hit the curb on the corner.  His bike was found almost 100 ft. from the point of impact.

Sgt. Ferguson said the road between Harrison St. and Victory Ave. were shutdown because of debris from the scene. 

Stay with Newschannel 6 as we will continue to update you on his condition changes.

  • News HeadlinesNews HeadlinesMore>>

  • Land War Brewing In North Texas?

    Land War Brewing In North Texas?

    Wednesday, April 23 2014 1:18 AM EDT2014-04-23 05:18:55 GMT
    The federal Bureau of Land Management is in its early stages of developing a resource management plan regulating the use of land along the Red River.
    The federal Bureau of Land Management is in its early stages of developing a resource management plan regulating the use of land along the Red River.
  • Wichita Falls Police Searching for Road Rage Suspect

    Wichita Falls Police Searching for Road Rage Suspect

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:57 PM EDT2014-04-23 03:57:48 GMT
    Police still searching for subject.
    Police still searching for subject.
  • Woman Taken to Hospital After 3 County Chase Ends

    Woman Taken to Hospital After 3 County Chase Ends

    Tuesday, April 22 2014 11:57 PM EDT2014-04-23 03:57:14 GMT
    A woman was taken to the hospital after leading officials from seven jurisdictions on high speed chase.
    A woman was taken to the hospital after leading officials from seven jurisdictions on high speed chase.