• March 01, 2017

Man Killed in Harris County, TX, Single-Vehicle Accident on US 90

Harris County, TX -- February 28, 2017, a man was killed following an accident in which his vehicle crashed off of Highway 90.

The Harris County Sheriff's Department was called to the scene of the accident in the early morning hours of Tuesday. The crash happened near the intersection of Highway 90 and Sheldon Road, east of Houston.

According to preliminary reports, a wrecker was driving down the highway when the driver noticed an SUV crashed off the roadway. It would appear the SUV somehow lost control and ran off the side of Highway 90. It overturned at some point during the accident, and the driver suffered fatal injuries as a result. That person was pronounced dead at the scene.

Authorities have not yet determined what may have caused the accident. They say that the crash is still under investigation at this time.

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