Driver killed in single-vehicle crash in NW Houston
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Police said speed was a factor in a fatal single-vehicle crash overnight in northwest Houston.
According to officials, 41-year-old Adrian Castellano was speeding south in the 2700 block of North Durham near the North Loop around 2am when his Toyota Camry hit a curb.
The car went airborne, crashed through a metal fence, struck a tree and then came to rest in a Houston Independent School District parking lot.
Officials said Castellano was dead by the time emergency responders arrived.
It is unknown if alcohol was involved. An autopsy is pending.
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