Alberto Nduli Killed in Pedestrian Accident on South Gessner Street in Houston

Alberto Nduli Killed in Pedestrian Accident on South Gessner Street in Houston

Alberto Nduli Killed in Houston Pedestrian Accident on South Gessner Street
Houston, Texas (May 3, 2019) – A man was killed Thursday morning in a pedestrian accident in Houston, according to a local news source.
The deadly accident happened at about 7:30 a.m. May 2, on South Gessner Street.
As per the article, a tow truck driver arrived at the home of Alberto Nduli, 68, to repossess his SUV. As the tow truck driver pulled away, Nduli climbed on top of the SUV, and he fell off the car after a short distance. He was then hit by a  passing vehicle.
Nduli sustained a traumatic brain injury and was killed in the crash.
The tow truck driver left the scene after the accident and is awaiting citation.
An investigation is ongoing.

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