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MAN CLINGS TO LIFE AFTER WALDEN ROAD CRASH

DPS Troopers just finished the scene investigation a short time ago after an earlier auto pedestrian crash.

Just after 10:30 a teen was leaving Walden on Walden Road just past La Torretta  at a high rate of speed when for some reason he lost control running into the ditch.

A groundskeeper for the property was also in that ditch using a weed eater when he was struck. The 2007 Toyota Scion rolled at least twice before landing back on Walden Road.

The yet unidentified groundskeeper was transported by MCHD to Ben Taub Hospital in Houston where he remains in critical condition.

The teen who has not yet been identified by DPS was also transported to the hospital in stable condition along with his passenger.

Walden Road was closed down to two lanes most of the afternoon as DPS continued their investigation. The Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office is also assisting in the investigation.

Another vehicle was in close proximity to the Toyota at the time of the crash but did not stop.

DPS Troopers would like to speak to anyone who saw the crash or the vehicle that was traveling and did not stop.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsNfS_P6Y3k&feature=youtu.be

 

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  1. RF4508

    Oh OMG! I pray for that man that he makes it through it. There is a reason why the speed limit is set for 40 mph, that road is very rough and I am thankful I was all ready passed through there I was there about an hour before this happend he could have came a across the road and could have side hit and I am 24 weeks pregnant. I pray for him and his family.

  2. texasmomof2

    How sad!! What a weird accident-This gentleman is innocently weed eating his property, to only be mowed down by teenager that has lost control of his speeding vehicle- Talk about being in the wrong place at the wrong time 🙁
    Praying for this gentleman to make a speedy recovery.

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