• January 30, 2017

Pedestrian Killed in Accident with Tow Truck near Aldine Mail Route and Northwood Forest in North Houston, TX

North Houston, TX -- A collision between a tow truck and a pedestrian claimed the life of an unidentified pedestrian in the area of Aldine Mail Route and Northwood Forest in North Houston, TX.

The report claims a Chevy tow truck, driven by an unidentified woman, failed to see a pedestrian walking across a parking lot. The front of the vehicle struck the unnamed pedestrian, subsequently running over him with the back tires. Officials say the man died when his head made contact with the pavement.

The cause of the incident had yet to be determined.

The identities of all involved have not been disclosed.

The official investigation into the deadly collision is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

The report provided no further information.

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