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1 dead, 1 left injured after high-speed crash off I-610 in SE Houston

HOUSTON, TX — A 26-year-old man was killed last Friday, August 4, as a result of a high-speed crash off Interstate 610 in southeast Houston that left another person injured, reports The Houston Police Department.

The fatal accident happened in the 4700 block of South Loop West (South Interstate Highway 610) service road at around 4:00 p.m.

Preliminary details show the Thryllel Evans was operating a gold Toyota Camry at a high rate of speed when he lost control of the vehicle, causing it to run up the freeway embankment. The Camry then flipped back into the service road’s main lanes, where it hit a silver Chevrolet Impala.

Evans, who was partially ejected from the vehicle, was pronounced deceased at the scene by responded Houston Fire Department paramedics.

His passenger, a woman whose identity remains undisclosed, was rushed to a local hospital with injuries considered non-life-threatening.

No injuries to the driver of the Impala, 24, were reported.

The HPD’s Vehicular Crimes Division continues to investigate the cause of the wreck.

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