• September 25, 2023

Na’Teviya Hagan Killed in Accident on Franklin Street in Houston, TX

UPDATE (September 29, 2023): Authorities identified the woman killed in the accident as Na'Teviya Hagan. Currently, additional details are pending investigations.

Houston, TX — September 22, 2023, a woman was killed in an accident involving an 18-wheeler in the 900 block of Franklin Street near Travis in Houston, TX.

Authorities indicate that on September 22, a fatal accident occurred when a truck struck a woman in Houston. According to reports, the accident happened at approximately 7:00 p.m. in the 900 block of Franklin Street.

Investigators say the woman suddenly fell onto the road unconscious and was struck by an 18-wheeler for unknown reasons. Sources say the woman was standing near the street before the accident and had stated earlier that she was feeling unwell. Authorities have not released the cause of the crash, and limited details are available at this time.

Officials confirmed the woman, whose name has not been released, suffered fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. No further information is available.

The investigation is ongoing.

Na'Teviya Hagan Killed in Accident on Franklin Street in Houston, TX

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