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RAYFORD ROAD MOTORCYCLE CRASH FATAL

Another motorcycle driver has lost his life. Scot Fowler, age 30 of Trinity, Texas was riding his motorcycle eastbound on Rayford Road Tuesday night approximately 6:50p.m.. With him was his passenger Misty Keen, age 34, of Houston.

As they crossed the railroad tracks Mark Beto, 28, of Spring pulled out from Lazy Lane to make a left turn in his 1995 GMC pickup.

The motorcycle, unable to stop laid the bike down ejecting both rider and passenger. Neither had a helmet.

When EMS arrived Fowler did not have a pulse but crews were able to regain a pulse a short time later.

Life Flight was dispatched and transported him to Hermann Hospital in Houston where he passed away Wednesday morning at 10:45a.m.

Misty Keen was transported to Hermann Hospital in the Woodlands and was later transported to Hermann Hospital in Houston.

The case has been referred to the District Attorney’s Office.

 

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  1. H

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Amazing what these news articles can print isn’t it? Glad you were wearing a helmet and Scot was a good man for thinking of you in a blink of an eye.

  2. Pyrogenic

    Mistykeen – I’m so sorry for your loss. What do you mean you never went to a hospital? Are you saying the report is false? I’m concerned about this. Did both of you have a helmet on?

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  4. Mistykeen

    I am scots fiance and was also a passenger on the bike. I did have my helmet on and I was never transferred to any hospital. Scot did everything he could to keep from hitting the truck that pulled in front of us had we hit the truck I would not have been here either. Scot saved my life by doing what he did.

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