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Off-duty Harris County deputy involved in auto-pedestrian crash in SW Houston

HOUSTON – Investigation is underway into a crash involving a pedestrian and an off-duty Harris County deputy in southwest Houston Thursday night.

According to HPD, the crash happened around 8:45 p.m. at the intersection of Almeda and Fuqua. The driver, an off-duty deputy with HCSO, appears to have had the right of way when a pedestrian walked out in lanes.

HPD vehicular crimes division will review surveillance cameras to determine who was at fault.

Police said the deputy was not impaired and remained at scene, and is cooperating with the investigation. 

Speed, intoxication do not appear to have played a role in the crash.


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