Houston man ID’d after hitting bridge, falling off 18-wheeler

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Matt deGrood, Staff writer

Nov. 17, 2022Updated: Nov. 17, 2022 10:48 a.m.

Breaking newsHouston Chronicle

The name of the man who leapt onto a moving 18-wheeler along Interstate 69, struck a bridge and later died has been released.

Marquist Hutch, 25, of Houston, died Nov. 10 from multiple blunt impact injuries, according to the Harris County medical examiner’s office. 

In a news release sent earlier this week, officials said Hutch “jumped or climbed” onto a moving 18-wheeler. Meanwhile, the driver, heading south, didn’t know someone jumped on the truck.

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The man then climbed onto the truck’s trailer and “began dancing and possibly recording himself,” authorities said.

Hutch then hit a bridge when the truck passed below Tuam Street, which spans the highway, and fell onto the freeway below. Emergency responders rushed him to the hospital, where he later died.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

Matt DeGrood is a reporter for the Houston Chronicle.

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