• May 11, 2017

Michael Henderson Killed in Houston, TX, Hit-and-run Accident

Houston, TX -- February 10, 2017, Michael Henderson died as the result of a hit-and-run accident where he was struck while riding a bicycle.

Houston Police officials are continuing their investigations into the fatal accident which they say happened at around 1:25 a.m. near the intersection of Jensen Drive and Berry Road.

According to investigators, Henderson was riding his bike along southbound Jensen at the time. As he did so, the driver of a white sedan somehow failed to see him and crashed into him, throwing him onto the roadway. The driver then fled the scene.

Henderson was picked up by emergency medical services, and they transported him to a nearby hospital. He later died there.

Police have not yet located the suspect driver in this accident and are offering a reward for that person's identity. Investigations are ongoing.

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