Motorcycle accident in China

Motorcycle accident in China

Troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety are investigating a two-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle on US 90 in China on March 8, reports Sgt. Stephanie Davis.

According to a news release from Sgt. Davis, troopers responded to the accident at approximately 7:40 a.m. Initial reports indicate that a Ford passenger vehicle was pulling out from a restaurant parking lot attempting to make a left turn onto US 90 West. A Harley-Davidson motorcycle was pulling out from a business parking lot attempting to make a left turn onto US 90 East. As both vehicles attempted to make left turns, they collided in the center turn lane.

The driver of the motorcycle, 51-year-old Donald Vosburgh of China, did not have visible injuries but was transported by ambulance to St. Elizabeth hospital in Beaumont for treatment of unknown injuries. Vosburgh was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.

The driver of the Ford, 33-year-old Haley Ensley of China, was not injured.

The crash investigation is ongoing, Davis reports.