• August 31, 2023

Louisiana Man Killed in Car Accident on I-10 in Jefferson County, TX

Jefferson County, TX — August 6, 2023, a Louisiana man was killed and others may have been injured in a car accident at 2:32 a.m. on I-10.

According to preliminary information released by the authorities, the crash happened near Interstate 10 mile marker 844.

Louisiana Man Killed in Car Accident on I-10 in Jefferson County, TX

Details at this time show that a 25-year-old Harvey, Louisiana man was on foot along the eastbound lanes of the interstate. It appears that man and another were outside of a Toyota Corolla Matrix that broke down pushing it. While doing so, however, it appears Nissan Kicks crashed into the disabled vehicle.

Due to this collision, the Harvey, Louisiana man sustained fatal injuries. It's unclear if anyone else involved had injuries. Authorities did not say if they planned to file charges or citations. Investigations into the accident are ongoing.



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