Pedestrian hit in rainy-weather crash in NE Houston

Photo Credit: HCSO Night Watch

HOUSTON, TX – A pedestrian was struck and roadways were closed for about a half-hour following a crash in northeast Houston last night, according to Captain J. Shannon of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

The crash happened at the intersection of E Mount Houston Road and Spottswood Drive and was reported at 8:19 p.m.

The weather was rainy at the time due to the impact of Hurricane Beta in the area.

Authorities did not reveal the circumstances surrounding the collision or the identities of the pedestrian and driver.

It is unknown at this time if anyone was injured in the accident.

Authorities closed both directions of the roadway for the investigation of the collision, with roadblocks being removed by 8:40 p.m.

No further information is available at this time.

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