Stacey Teixeira Arrested in Fatal Motorcycle Crash on Road 603 [Madera, CA]

58-Year-Old Man Killed in DUI Motorcycle Accident on Road 603; 1 Driver Arrested

MADERA, CA (October 2, 2022) – Wednesday night, authorities arrested Stacey Teixeira after a fatal motorcycle crash on Road 603.

The incident occurred on September 7th, at around 10:30 p.m. in the area of Road 603, just east of Run Way.

According to reports, Teixeira was driving an eastbound 2016 Lexus on Road 603 when she made a three-point turn into the westbound lane. She then reversed into the eastbound lanes, directly into the path of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle rider. As a result, the rider was ejected onto the roadway.

First responders arrived and declared the rider, only described as a 58-year-old Coarsegold man, dead at the scene. Meanwhile officers arrested Teixeira on suspicion of DUI.

At this time, officials have withheld the name of the deceased rider until his next of kin are notified.

Madera Police continue to investigate the tragic motorcycle crash and will release updates once available.

No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Our deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of the deceased man.

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