Robert Barrera Death – Robert Barrera of Corpus Christi, Texas, passed away following a motorcycle accident. Steele was pronounced deceased due to fatal injuries sustained in the collision. Robert Barrera worked at Wings N More restaurant. The police have not released the official report of the crash.
Robert Barrera GoFundMe
The expenses associated with memorial services and burials have prompted Shannon Roberts to launch an online fundraising campaign through the website GoFundMe. According to the page, anyone who knew Robert well enough to know him well enough would know that he would give you the shirt off of his own back.
They are trying to be of assistance to the family during this difficult time by starting this GoFundMe campaign. Those who care about Robert are being asked to make whatever donations they can, but above everything else, they should remember what an incredible, compassionate, and caring guy he was.
Rick Steele Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Ray Gonzalez died after motorcycle crash on FM 234
On Sunday, March 8, 2020, at about 4:32 p.m., there was a single-vehicle accident in Jackson County that resulted in a fatality. The Texas Department of Public Safety is conducting an investigation into this accident. According to a statement that was issued by Sgt. San Miguel of the Texas Department of Public Safety, this is the case.
On FM 234 north, Ray Eric Gonzalez, 33 years old, of Corpus Christi, was riding a motorcycle manufactured by Yamaha in 2006 and travelling in the northbound direction. Gonzalez proceeded to reach a left-hand curve in the roadway that was 90 degrees, but owing to his excessive speed, he was unable to safely traverse the curve. Gonzalez veered off the road to the right and hits a culvert after losing control of his vehicle.
As a result of the incident, Gonzalez and his motorcycle were launched onto private land, where they collided with a fence post. Gonzales was ejected from the motorcycle and came to rest on some private property around 180 feet to the north of where the motorcycle had been. Darren Stanik, acting in his capacity as Justice of the Peace, arrived on the scene at 5:10 p.m. and pronounced Gonzalez dead at the location.
The fatal collision is still being looked at by authorities.
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