Fort hood man dies in wreck

A man living at Fort Hood died Sunday evening in a Burnet Count wreck involving three motorcycles, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.

Albresie Latrell Williams, 20, died in th wreck on FM 963 about a mile and a half north of U.S. 183, according to police reports. Williams was driving a motorcycle about 6:30 p.m. Sunday on FM 963 along with Travis McClendon and Desmond Gatson, both of Killeen, who were also on motorcycles.

McClendon slowed his motorcycle to negotiate a curve, and Williams entered the curve following him and clipped McClendon’s motorcycle causing both bikes to leave the road. Gatson, trying to avoid the two, skidded off the road. None of the three were wearing helmets.


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