*Friday 10 P.M. Update*
Bryan Police are investigating if a crash between a motorcycle and car Thursday on Highway 6 was accidental or intentional.
The accident shut down Highway 6 just north of the College Station city limits for about four hours Thursday afternoon.
No charges have been filed at this time.
The 28-year-old male driver of the motorcycle suffered a serious head injury, his female passenger received cuts and bruises.
They were not wearing helmets.
"Did the accident or the collision occur by accident or did it happen intentionally? So we have a lot of initial reports coming in but the investigation is still ongoing we still have to interview witnesses and find out what happened and the order of sequence that it happened," said Officer Jon Agnew of the Bryan Police Department.
The conditions of the man and woman on the motorcycle are unknown at this time.
Bryan Police investigators are looking into possible road rage being a factor into what caused a crash between a motorcycle and sedan Thursday afternoon on Highway 6.
Officers have interviewed those involved along with witnesses to the wreck and next week, they will present the findings of their investigation to the County Attorney.
Investigators are trying to determine, if the cause of the crash was accidental or intentional. Depending on the findings, it's possible that one or both drivers could receive traffic tickets or if road rage is determined to have caused the crash, more serious charged could be filed.
The 28-year-old male driver of the motorcycle suffered a serious head injury, while his female passenger received cuts and bruises. Neither were wearing helmets.
Police say the woman driving the sedan did not sustain any serious injuries.
At this time, the identities of those involved in the crash are not being released.
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