• August 21, 2023

Man Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on Webster Street in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — August 20, 2023, a man sustained fatal injuries as the result of an apparent single-vehicle accident at 1:35 a.m. along Webster Street.

Authorities said that the incident took place along the 1400 block of Webster Street just off Austin Street near the South Freeway and Gulf Freeway interchange.

Man Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on Webster Street in Houston, TX

According to current information, the incident involved a white Dodge Ram 3500 which was said to be going eastbound along Webster. It appears the vehicle somehow lost control and "struck a curb." Further information about what happened in the is unclear, but it apparently led to the driver being partially ejected from the vehicle.

The driver, unidentified at this time, sustained fatal injuries. Reports at this time do not mention any other vehicles being involved in the crash. No further information is available at this time.



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