• October 25, 2023

Sebastian Rancho Killed in Bicycle Accident in Houston, TX

UPDATE (November 14, 2023): Details released by officials identified the man killed in the accident as 78-year-old Sebastian Rancho. No further information can be confirmed at this time.

Houston, TX — October 22, 2023, a man was killed in a bicycle accident at 7800 Scanlock Street in Harris County, Houston, TX.

Authorities indicate that on October 22, an accident occurred when a bicyclist was found lying on the road in Harris County. According to reports, the accident happened around 9:15 at night.

Sebastian Rancho Killed in Bicycle Accident in Houston, TX

Investigators say a man was found lying on Scanlock Street beside a bicycle. Police believe the man could have fallen off his bike or that he was possibly struck by a vehicle that left the scene. The victim reportedly suffered a severe head injury and was taken to an area hospital. Despite receiving medical treatment, the man succumbed to his injuries the next day. The victim's name has not been released at this time. No further information is available.

The investigation is ongoing.

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