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Harris County—Fatal Accident on Interstate Highway 610

Posted on Thursday, January 24th, 2019 at 2:27 am    

Authorities have yet to determine the cause of a fatal crash on Interstate Highway 610 which killed a man last Saturday.

According to initial reports, the wreck took place just after 9:00 p.m. Police officers were called onto 1000 South Loop West after receiving a report of a collision. For some unknown reasons, a gold Saturn L20 was stopped on the westbound lane of the highway when it was struck by a gray Toyota Tundra pickup truck.

The driver of the Saturn L20 sustained serious injuries from the impact. He was immediately rushed to Memorial Hermann Hospital where he was later pronounced dead a few days after he was checked in. Local authorities have identified him as a 45-year-old man only.

Investigators are looking for possible factors that might have contributed to crash but have ruled out alcohol. The Toyota driver, whose yet to be identified, was arrested.

We express our deepest condolences to the family and relatives of the deceased victim. May God grant you the strength you need to get through this difficult moment in your life. We strongly believe that authorities will do everything to bring those responsible to justice.

We believe that when someone loses a loved one from a car accident, they do not only suffer emotionally but financially as well. If you or your loved one is a victim of a car accident caused by wrongful actions or due to negligence, you may have the right to file for legal claims. Most of the time, families who are left behind after a tragic loss are not aware of their rights and the legal processes needed to obtain fair and just compensation. In times like this, you would need a professional who can provide you with all the support you need as you go through this difficult time. Talk to your personal injury or car accident lawyer for assistance.


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