A motorcyclist died in a crash on the inbound Southwest Freeway at the West 610 Loop in Houston, Texas. The crash caused lane closures and traffic delays for several hours as authorities investigated the incident. The HOV lane was also closed due to the motorcycle landing on it.
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Q: What happened in the motorcycle crash on the Southwest Freeway in Houston?
A: A motorcyclist was thrown off the bike and died at the scene of the crash on the inbound U.S. 59 at the West 610 Loop.
Q: When did the crash occur?
A: The crash was reported by Houston police at 5:58 p.m.
Q: How did the crash affect traffic on the Southwest Freeway?
A: The HOV lane on the Southwest Freeway was closed due to the bike landing on it, causing traffic delays for drivers heading into the later evening hours. Only the left lanes of the Southwest Freeway were getting by.
Q: How long did it take for authorities to investigate the crash?
A: The authorities spent four hours investigating the crash.
Q: Is there any information on the identity of the motorcyclist?
A: The summary does not mention any information on the identity of the motorcyclist.