Gay Man Found In Critical Condition In Montrose

A Houston Man Was Found In ‘Critical Condition’ After Falling Over Side Of Freeway To Ground Below Near Montrose And Midtown

UPDATED 11:22PM (HOUSTON) According to a close friend of  Richard Garcia ‘the family, and close friends has been saying their goodbyes’ at the hospital. Garcia underwent surgery late Monday afternoon. According to the ‘friend,’ Garcia has no brain activity.

Houston Police are investigating a gay man found in critical condition at 3700 Milam St. (Near West Alabama) at Spur 527 (overnight) early this morning. HPD has ruled out any foul play this evening.

The victim has been identified as Richard A. Garcia, 26-years old. Houston Police found the victim with serve trauma.  He was transported to Ben Taub General Hospital and is listed as critical.

HPD stated Garcia’s car was located on the northbound side of the spur overpass, appearing to be going Southbound.

A source stated to About News ‘Garcia was out with friends at a popular LGBTQ+ bar and did not appear to be intoxicated.’ The source did state ‘Garcia was with several friends that did appear to be.’

Another person that will remain anonymous tells About News, ‘Garcia and a friend left a bar, Garcia was behind the wheel. Garcia entered the Spur 527 in the wrong direction, and were involved in a accident with a guardrail. Garcia exited the vehicle and fell over the side; to the ground below.’


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