A 41-year-old man was left in critical condition after a two-vehicle accident Tuesday evening in San Angelo.
As per the initial information, the authorities actively responded to the intersection of West Ave L. and S. Bryant Blvd after getting reports of a motorcycle crash. The two individuals riding on a motorcycle were injured in the collision. The preliminary investigation revealed that the motorcycle was heading north on S. Bryant Blvd when a pickup going south on S. Bryant entered the intersection trying to turn east onto Ave L.
SAPD’s Motors Division and Criminal Investigation Division arrived at the scene to assist with the accident investigation and ascertained that the driver of the pickup failed to yield the right of way to the motorcycle in the intersection. The motorcycle was driven by a 40-year-old male and had a 41-year-old female passenger.
The male motorcyclist was rushed to Shannon Medical Center with extensive injuries. He is listed in critical condition, but stable at this time. The female passenger incurred minor injuries while the driver of the pickup remained unharmed. At this time, it is unknown if the driver of the pickup was cited at the scene for failing to yield the right of way. No other details are available.
An investigation is ongoing.
January 6, 2022