• July 31, 2023

Gregory Maduzia Killed in 18-wheeler Accident on Sabo Road in Houston, TX

UPDATE (August 7, 2023): Details from Harris County officials identified the man killed in the accident as 56-year-old Gregory Maduzia. Currently, additional details about the accident itself are pending further investigations.

Houston, TX — July 28, 2023, a bicyclist was killed as the result of a truck accident at around 4:30 p.m. by the Goodwill on Sabo Road.

Authorities said they were called out to the Goodwill at 10998 Fuqua Street for a collision along Sabo Road.

Gregory Maduzia Killed in 18-wheeler Accident on Sabo Road in Houston, TX

It appears from initial statements that an 18-wheeler was coming out of the nearby Goodwill parking lot. Details claim that truck "went into the wrong side of Sabo Road," which an officer claimed is something they heard the truck driver did "all of the time." As the truck was doing so, it crossed paths and collided with a bicyclist who some reports also claim was going "on the wrong side" of the road.

As a result of the collision, the bicyclist succumbed to fatal injuries. Reports have not yet identified that person. Details about the truck driver and any potential charges are unclear at this time. Investigations are ongoing.



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