• July 31, 2023

Gulmula Nasiri Killed in Hit-and-run Accident on Braeswood Blvd. in Houston, TX

UPDATE (August 7, 2023): County officials released information which identifies the man killed in the accident as Gulmula Nasiri. Currently, there is no word on if authorities have identified a suspect.

Houston, TX — July 30, 2023, a grandfather was hit and killed in a hit-and-run accident at around 10:00 p.m. along South Braeswood Boulevard.

Current information about the deadly incident shows that the collision took place in the area of the South Braeswood and Sapling Way intersection, just off Gessner in southwest Harris County.

Gulmula Nasiri Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in Houston, TX

According to officials, a grandfather, a mother, and a child were out walking at the time. Details say the grandfather was pushing a stroller, but the child was being carried by the mother, who was behind the grandfather at the time. While crossing the road, it appears a white SUV struck the grandfather, then fled the scene.

The grandfather sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. The woman and the child were reportedly uninjured. Right now, additional details about the runaway driver are unavailable pending investigations. Authorities are encouraging members of the community with information that could help lead to the runaway driver.


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