• February 01, 2017

Man Killed, Woman Hurt in Houston, TX, Accident on Westheimer

Houston, TX -- January 31, 2017, a man was killed and a woman was injured after an accident where their vehicle flipped over off of Westheimer Parkway.

The accident took place in the George Bush Park area at the intersection of Westheimer Parkway and South Barker Cypress Road.

At around 11:30 p.m., a man and a woman, whose identities have not been released, were traveling along Westheimer in a car. For reasons that aren't clear, the vehicle lost control and swerved off the side of the road. In the grass area, the vehicle overturned repeatedly and eventually came to rest on its roof.

The man was ejected during the crash, and his injuries were fatal. EMS pronounced him dead at the scene. The woman had only minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital.

Authorities did not specify who the driver of the vehicle was or what factors may have caused the crash. They say the accident remains under investigation.

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