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Just after 5:00p.m. as troopers worked a fatal motorcycle accident on FM 149 another fatal accident happened at FM 3083 near Exxon Road.
According to Trooper Hinojosa Carla Eubanks, age 51, of Pasadena was northbound on FM 3083 at the posted speed limit of 60MPH in her Ford Explorer.
Alan Tumlinson, age 41, of Conroe was heading southbound on his Harley Davidson motorcycle.

“As he came out of the curve he came back across the centerline and struck the SUV.”

Tumlinson was ejected from his motorcycle and thrown about50 feet.

He was pronounced dead on the scene by Judge Spikes who also ordered an autopsy.

Carla Eubanks was transported to Conroe Regional in stable condition.


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  1. Marla

    You are so right.A amazing man dear to my heart lost his life. I am perfectly aware the circumstances of the bike and I have a right to feel how I choose.I felt the focus on the clover and his obvious misfortune was disrespectful to my friend.I assure you I could have much more to say but I will leave it at this.

  2. texascowgirl1962

    In what way did you find the close up picture and portion of the video of the fouor leaf clover tactless and indecourous? This motorcycle did not even belong to Alan, it belonged to someone else. To each’s own is the way I feel. You are entitled to you feeling, to each’s own. This man lost his life and you found the “innuendo” impertinent and offensive,that’s all you can say? My My…

  3. Marla

    I am assuming the option to comment indicates opinion’s are welcome. I would like to state that I personally find the close up picture and portion of the video of the four leaf clover tactless and indecorous.Being some one who knew the victim personally I found the “innuendo” impertinent and offensive.

  4. texascowgirl1962

    Prayers go out to the family members & friends of Alan. I have know him and his family for 24 years. He leaves behind a son, sister, brother, stepdaughter, and wife, and many many friends who loved him. God bless you Alan you will be greatly missed.

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