• March 29, 2023

Bernard Jenkins Killed in Car Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — May 18, 2022, Bernard Jenkins was killed as the result of a car accident at a job site along Fuqua Street just off Seaford Drive.

Preliminary details about the accident said that it happened at around 9:30 a.m. at 10242 Fuqua Street. The stretch of road is near a residential area and a creek overpass.

Bernard Jenkins Killed in Car Accident in Houston, TX

According to investigators, 31-year-old Bernard Jenkins was putting out traffic cones in the roadway for a work project. While doing so, it appears that a vehicle going at a high rate of speed hit Jenkins. This resulted in fatal injuries.

Details about the driver involved were not included in the OSHA summary. They did, however, list one suspected rule violation, and there was a recommended penalty of just over $4,000 included, as well. No further information about the fatal accident has been made clear at this time.


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