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Houston – Ricardo Sepulveda Died in Motorcycle Collision

Posted on Thursday, February 13th, 2020 at 11:41 am    

A 26-year-old man died following a fatal motorcycle collision last Friday on the Interstate 45 feeder road near Gulf Bank.

At around 9:00 p.m., a Suzuki motorcycle was waiting for his green light at the I-45 feeder road when an SUV struck it along with a Nissan Cube that was also stopped at the cross street. Instead of providing assistance to the victims, the driver of the SUV sped off and fled the scene. The rider of the motorcycle was immediately taken to the hospital where he later died. Authorities identified him as 26-Year-Old Ricardo Sepulveda.

Fortunately, four occupants in the SUV did not sustain any injury.

The suspect driver has yet to be identified by Houston police. His whereabouts remain unknown at this time.

The investigation continues.

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