• October 25, 2023

Christopher Carrizal Killed in Vehicle Accident on West 43rd Street in Houston, TX

UPDATE (November 1, 2023): Additional details from Harris County officials identify the victim killed in the accident as Christopher Carrizal. Right now, additional details remain unconfirmed.

Houston, TX — October 21, 2023, a man was killed in a vehicle collision at 1400 West 43rd Street in Harris County, Houston, TX.

Authorities indicate that on October 21, a fatal accident occurred when a GMC pickup truck crashed in Harris County. According to reports, the crash happened around 2:55 in the afternoon.

Investigators say the GMC pickup was traveling east along West 43rd Street when it suddenly sped out of control and crashed into a tree on the south side of the road. The cause of the crash has not been released at this time.

Officials confirmed that the man suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to an area hospital. The man, whose name has not been released, succumbed to his injuries while at the hospital.

No other injuries were reported, and no other vehicles were said to be involved.

Christopher Carrizal Killed in Car Accident in Houston, TX
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