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Old 02-02-2015, 07:49 PM   #1
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La Porte rider killed

http://www.galvestondailynews.com/fr...1f8670c68.html

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TEXAS CITY — A 23-year-old La Porte man died Friday morning from injuries sustained when he lost control of his motorcycle Thursday night.

Eric Raymundo was taken by ambulance to Mainland Medical Center just before midnight Thursday night after an off-duty Texas City police officer found he and his wrecked motorcycle on the side of the road in the 400 block of Highway 146 South, Texas City Police Department Capt. Brian Goetschius said.

Raymundo died around 2 a.m. Friday, he said.

Based on a preliminary investigation, Raymundo was traveling north on Highway 146 when a vehicle turned in front of him, police said.

“The rider took evasive action, failed to control his speed and lost control of the motorcycle,” Goetschius said.

Raymundo was wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, he said.

Police are still investigating the cause of the accident and do not know who the person was in the other vehicle, Goetschius said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Texas City Police Department at 409-643-5760
RIP. Looks someone did a SMIDSY by turning left and being oblivious he crashed or driving away from the scene. I've been looking at Helmet cameras from Sony and GoPro as a record for insurance and police evidence.

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Old 02-02-2015, 07:59 PM   #2
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I wonder how they determined a car turned in front of him.
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I wonder how they determined a car turned in front of him.
Im no expert but probably from skid marks and the bike being smashed, also maybe the color of another vehicle on the fairings of the bike .
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Im no expert but probably from skid marks and the bike being smashed, also maybe the color of another vehicle on the fairings of the bike .
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From the way the article read "failed to control his speed and lost control of the motorcycle" it made me think there was no collision with the other car.
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Or, Mr. Raymundo told the officer, "Someone pulled out in front of me."

From the news article above: "died Friday morning from injuries sustained when he lost control of his motorcycle Thursday night."
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