• January 18, 2024

Tyriq Mosley Smith Killed in Pedestrian Car Accident on West Loop North in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — January 14, 2024, Tyriq Mosley Smith was killed in a pedestrian versus car accident shortly after 1:30 a.m. along West Loop North Freeway.

According to authorities, 25-year-old Tyriq Mosley Smith was traveling in a southbound Nissan Sentra in the vicinity north of Old Katy Road when he allegedly asked the driver to pull over due to an argument.

Tyriq Mosley Smith Killed in Pedestrian Car Accident on West Loop North in Houston, TX

When the Nissan pulled over, officials indicate that Smith got out of the car and attempted to cross the active lanes of the freeway on foot. As a result, Smith was reportedly struck by a southbound Mercedes-Benz. He was declared deceased at the scene of the accident due to the injuries he incurred as a result of the crash.

There are not currently any additional details available pertaining to this incident. The investigation is ongoing.

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