BRYAN, TX (05/04/2016) — Jeremy Meads died after his motorcycle was struck by driver who failed to yield right-of-way on Wednesday.
According to Bryan police, 37-year-old Jeremy Brett Meads was killed in a motorcycle accident that occurred in the 300 block of North Harvey Mitchell Parkway in Bryan, Texas.
Authorities reported that the driver of a pickup truck was attempting to make a left turn when he failed to yield right-of-way to Meads and struck his motorcycle at around noon on Wednesday.
Meads was transported to CHI St. Joseph’s Hospital, where he later died.
The driver of the pickup was cited for failing to yield right of way.
We would like to offer our condolences to those affected by this tragic accident.
During the month of May—which is Motorcycle Awareness Month—transportation officials are encouraging drivers to check twice for motorcycles in light of the TxDOT campaign “Share the Road: Look Twice for Motorcycles”. Keeping an eye out for motorcyclists is important for ALL drivers to remember, and can help prevent unfortunate tragedies, such as this one, from occurring in the future.