Andrew Contreras Obituary, Death – One motorcycle gang member’s decision to flee from a deputy proved fatal. A deputy attempted to stop a speeding biker Saturday evening just before 9 p.m. “One of our gang unit deputies was driving westbound on Loop 410 when a motorcycle passed him at a high rate of speed.” “The deputy was traveling at highway speeds, and this motorcycle passed by at well over the speed limit,” Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar revealed. The deputy eventually lost sight of the biker after a stop-and-go chase.
“As you can see in the video, the motorcyclist keeps weaving in and out of traffic. “He was clearly driving recklessly,” Sheriff Salazar said. When the deputy arrived at the West Side intersection of Loop 410 and State Highway 151, he noticed the biker had collided with another vehicle. “He discovered the motorcycle wreckage where it appears it collided with at least one other vehicle and burst into flames,” Sheriff Salazar said.
Andrew Contreras, who was riding the motorcycle, was pronounced dead at the site. “It was an obvious dead-on impact for the driver of the motorcycle,” Sheriff Salazar said. Three occupants in the car the motorcycle collided with were carried to the hospital in a personal vehicle with minor injuries. A gun was discovered on the deceased motorcyclist. Officials said he had outstanding warrants and was a member of a motorcycle gang. The deadly accident happened before his 28th birthday. Deputies shut off the area for several hours as several investigations were carried out.