Driver found deceased after crash into Brays Bayou in SE Houston
HOUSTON, TX — A 29-year-old man was killed last Friday night, September 29, when his car crashed into the Brays Bayou in southeast Houston’s Gulfgate/Pine Valley area, reports the Houston Police Department.
Houston Police responded to the scene of the single-vehicle wreck in the 2700 block of Renshaw Street shortly after 9:20 p.m.
According to the HPD’s Vehicular Crimes Division, the man was driving a gray Ford Mustang northbound on the road when he continued into a private driveway. The Mustang proceeded into a grassy embankment and then became submerged in the bayou.
Officers arrived on the scene to find the male driver and sole occupant deceased inside the vehicle. His identity has not been disclosed as of this writing.
No further information has been made available, but an investigation remains open and ongoing.
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