• May 22, 2017

One Killed, One Hurt in Accident on the Spencer Bridge in South Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- A single-vehicle crash in the area of South Houston, TX led to the death of an unidentified person and left one hurt Friday, May 19, 2017.

The incident took place on the Spencer bridge close to 3rd Street around noon.

Police officials claimed a truck was traveling on the Spencer bridge when for reasons unclear it crashed into a retaining wall. The crash was believed to have involved one vehicle. The passenger in the truck, who remains unidentified, was killed in the incident. The unidentified driver of the truck was hospitalized in unknown condition.

The investigation into the incident is currently underway by local authorities.

There was no further information provided by the media reports.

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