• August 24, 2023

Joshua Fronek Killed in Pedestrian-Car Accident on F.M. 1960 in Houston, TX

Houston, TX August 20, 2023, Joshua Fronek was killed in a pedestrian-car accident around 10:48 p.m. on F.M. 1960 in Houston.

According to sources, Mr. Fronek had recently left a convenience store and was in the far right lane of Cypress Creek Pkwy (a.k.a. F.M. 1960) when he was struck by a red BMW 340. There are conflicting reports regarding the direction the pedestrian was walking. The 66-year-old female driver reportedly remained at the scene and allegedly told authorities she didn't see the pedestrian.

The 35-year-old victim was purportedly pronounced deceased at the accident location.

Authorities have not released any other details at this time.

Joshua Fronek Killed in Pedestrian-Car Accident on F.M. 1960 in Houston, TX

Courtney Patteson, One Injured in Bus Accident on I-45N in Shenandoah, TX

Shenandoah, TX — August 29, 2023, Courtney Patteson and another driver were injured in a collision with a bus around 5 p.m. on I-45N in Shenandoah. Investigators report Ms. Patteson's Nissan Altima was rear-ended by a bus while she was stopped in traffic on I-45. The initial impact purportedly forced the Altima forward into the...

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