Rusty Garrett here with the weekend outlook: Cloudy and cool weather returns to Central Texas. Scattered rain chances are in the forecast for Saturday and the first half of Sunday!
HOUSTON (November 5, 2012)—A driver who was involved in a Houston-area wreck that left his car on fire died after he fell about 100 feet from an elevated highway ramp.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office identified the victim of the accident as Joe Campos, Jr.
Authorities said Campos was attempting to take an Interstate 10 exit Sunday night when his car hit a concrete barrier and burst into flames.
Deputies say the impact left the driver's side door stuck.
Investigators say Campos managed to crawl out a window to escape the flames, but lost his balance and fell, tumbling about 100 feet to a lower highway.
Campos was pronounced dead at the scene.
The accident is under investigation.
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