College Station, Texas - Around 12:42 PM officers with the College Station Police Department were called to the intersection of William D. Fitch and Tonkaway Lake Road for a major accident.
There, officers found a collision between two motorcycles and a Chevrolet truck. The operators of both motorcycles sustained serious injuries and members of the College Station Fire Department immediately began treating them.
Both motorcycle operators were transported to the College Station Medical Center where they both died. The driver of the Chevrolet truck was not injured.
Members of the CSPD crash reconstruction team and CSPD detectives were called to the scene to begin their investigation into the crash. At this time it appears that the two motorcycles were travelling westbound on William D. Fitch. and the Chevrolet was traveling north on Tonkaway Lake Road and after stopping at the intersection, the truck proceeded northbound through the intersection and into the path of the two motorcycles.
The first motorcycle was hit by the Chevrolet's front bumper while the second motorcycle ran into the rear of the Chevrolet.
The motorcycle drivers have been identified as Patricia Hayman, a 69 year old female and Don Hayman, a 49 year old male, both from Dodge, TX.
The driver of the Chevrolet was identified as James Leonard, a 35 year old Bryan resident.
The investigation into this crash continues and more information will be released as it becomes available
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