Motorcycle Accident in Killeen Kills Fort Hood Soldier

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 22-Oct-2012

A motorcycle accident in Killeen claimed the life of a Fort Hood soldier on Sunday afternoon after a collision between the motorcyclist and a passenger vehicle, officials reported.

Killeen police identified the Fort Hood soldier, who was killed in the motorcycle crash, as 37-year-old Timothy Laurence Singletary.

The Killeen motorcycle accident occurred on South Fort Hood Street when the driver of a Dodge Charger pulled out of a parking lot, into the path of the motorcycle. As a result Singletary crashed into the back of the Charger.

Singletary was ejected from the motorcycle and was thrown into the path of a Honda Civic. Police reported that the driver of the Civic was not able to stop the vehicle in time and struck Singletary.

The Fort Hood soldier was transported to Carl R. Darnell Medical Center, but later passed away as a result of the injuries incurred in the Fort Hood Street motorcycle accident.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends and loved ones of Timothy Singletary.

Crowded with soldiers and their families, Central Texas has experienced an influx of traffic, especially motorcycle traffic, making care and attention to riders vital in our region.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or passed away as a result of the negligence of another driver, call our motorcycle accident attorneys in Killeen, Temple, Waco and across the state at 254-526-5688 or contact our Central Texas traffic accident attorneys online by filling out the form on the right.

Our personal injury law firm is available by phone 24/7 for injured victims looking for experienced advocacy. Stop by one of our 10 office locations for a free consultation today. We care. We can help.


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