• January 31, 2017

Man Killed in Houston, TX, Pedestrian Accident on Broadway

Houston, TX -- January 28, 2017, a man was killed as the result of an accident in which he was struck by a vehicle on Broadway Street.

Houston Police investigators were called to the accident scene around 9:30 p.m. near the intersection of Broadway Street and Easton Street.

According to their preliminary reports, a 54-year-old man was attempting to cross Broadway in an area where there was no crosswalk. As he did so, the driver of a Ford F-150 did not see him in time, and the vehicle struck the pedestrian in the roadway.

The man suffered critical injuries, and police say the pedestrian died at the scene. The driver was not harmed.

Authorities confirmed that the driver was not impaired or intoxicated at the time. No charges or citations have been reported. Investigations are ongoing.

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