Fort Hood Army Pfc. Stacy Hardy Died From Injuries Sustained After Motorcycle Crash at the Conclusion of a Pursuit with Killeen PD (September 10, 2016)

Stacy Hardy

Pfc. Stacy Hardy, U.S. Army

Fort Hood Army Pfc. Stacy Jordan Hardy, 20, “died from injuries suffered after wrecking his motorcycle at the conclusion of a police pursuit” in Killeen, Texas on September 10, 2016. Apparently, the Killeen Police Department tried to pull Pfc. Hardy over for speeding but instead he drove away. According to the Army Times, after a 10-minute chase at upwards of 100 mph, Pfc. Hardy hit a minivan at an intersection and was thrown over 100 feet. None of the individuals in the minivan suffered any serious injuries. Pfc. Hardy was transported to two different local hospitals and died as a result of his injuries the day after the accident. Pfc. Hardy was an infantryman with the 3rd Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division at Fort Hood in Texas. He entered the Army in January 2015 and earned the National Defense Service Medal and Global War on Terrorism Medal, among other decorations. According to a Fort Hood press release, the Killeen Police Department investigated the incident.

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