Motorcycle accident involving Bandidos support club leaves man in serious condition

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A motorcyclist ended up seriously injured after the vehicle he was chasing brake-checked him causing him to ram into the back of it on Interstate 37 South, according to police.

Lawrence Frausto, 34, was seriously injured around 1:21 a.m. Saturday when the BMW he was following hit the brakes, causing Frausto to strike the back of the vehicle. The driver of the BMW did not stop and Frausto was transported to San Antonio Military Medical Center with serious bodily injury, according to San Antonio Police Department spokesman Jesse Salame.

 

Salame said the driver of the BMW called police roughly an hour after the incident and was booked for failure to stop and render aid.

Frausto and his friends had been chasing the BMW after it had narrowly avoided hitting his motorcycle in a parking lot. In video taken from the scene of the accident showed men wearing motorcycle vests with "Macheteros" stitched to the top. The Macheteros have been listed in past articles as a San Antonio-based "support group" or chapter of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club, a motorcycle gang.

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