A man and a teen were injured in a Bandera County motorcycle accident this week when a motorcycle traveling behind them lost control and rear-ended the vehicle.
According to the Bandera County Courier, 55-year-old Jeffery Singley of Coppell was driving a 2011 Harley-Davidson motorcycle with a 16-year-old passenger, when his rear wheel was struck by another Harley-Davidson motorcycle traveling behind him and driven by his 17-year-old son. Both riders on the motorcycle were ejected from the bike and the vehicle came to rest in a ditch beside the road. Singley was critically injured in the motorcycle accident while the 16-year-old was seriously injured.
The motorcycle crash took place on Ranch Road 337 just outside of Medina, Texas, and just before noon on Sunday. The 17-year-old motorcycle driver will likely be cited for failing to control his speed.