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One killed in auto accident in Bryan

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Police said one person was killed in an auto accident Monday on North Harvey Mitchell Parkway near the intersection of Phil Gramm Boulevard in north Bryan.

Police said a Nissan Pathfinder was traveling southbound on North Harvey Mitchell Parkway and failed to yield right of while while making a left turn, causing the Pathfinder to collide with a Yamaha motorcycle traveling northbound on North Harvey Mitchell Parkway. The driver of the motorcycle was pronounced dead at the scene and has been identified as Robert Haveron, a 59-year-old Bryan resident.

Police said no other injuries were reported.

Police said the driver of the Pathfinder was given a citation for Fail to Yield Right of Way -- Vehicle Turning Left.

North Harvey Mitchell Parkway was closed after the accident occurred, but has since been reopened.

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