LEAGUE CITY, TX — One man has died after a hit-and-run accident that happened in League City, Texas on Thursday, March 13th, 2014, according to a news report released by The Houston Chronicle.
Police have said that they have reason to believe an as-of-yet unidentified 45-year-old man was killed when he was hit by a four door sedan while riding his bicycle in the 1900 block of East Marina Bay Drive. The accident was reportied around 2:30 in the morning Thursday. The driver of the vehicle that hit the man did not stay on the scene.
Scene of the Accident
The man was taken by paramedics to nearby Clear Lake Regional Hospital where he died a short time after his arrival.
Authorities hope any eyewitnesses that have not yet come forward will do so in an effort to aid investigators in better understanding the series of events surrounding the fatal accident.
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