• May 17, 2017

Man Killed in Houston, TX, Single-Vehicle Accident on Lockwood

Houston, TX -- May 13, 2017, a man suffered fatal injuries as the result of an accident in which his vehicle lost control on Lockwood and crashed.

Houston Police Department officials released preliminary information surrounding the accident, which they say took place in the 5800 block of Lockwood Drive, just south of the Kelley Street intersection.

According to initial police reports, the man, whose identity has not yet been released, was driving a Saturn along Lockwood at the time. Officers reported that, in events which have yet to be confirmed, the vehicle somehow lost control and veered off the side of the road. This caused the car to collide into a tree and a pole before coming to a halt.

The man was fatally injured in the accident, and EMS authorities say he was pronounced dead at the scene. No one else appears to have been involved.

No further information about this accident has been released at this time.

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