Galveston, TX — A man was killed in a motorcycle accident in Galveston, Texas, on Monday, August 18, 2014. The accident took place in the 1200 block of Seawall Blvd., around four in the morning.
According to reports, Adam Naddak was traveling along Seawall when he struck the back of a parked car. Paramedics found his body lying a short distance away. He was pronounced dead after the paramedics attempted to revive him.
Officials say that speeding was likely a contributing factor to the accident. They believe that Naddak’s speed made him unable to negotiate a curve in the road.
No other injuries were reported.
Scene of the Accident
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