• March 18, 2021

Christopher Allen Nance Killed in Alleged DWI Accident in Humble, TX; Amy Boyd Charged

UPDATE (June 1, 2022): Sources confirmed that Christopher Nance passed away on May 17 due to the injuries sustained in the accident. Right now, additional details are unconfirmed.

Humble, TX -- January 11, 2021, Christopher Allen Nance was injured in an accident where an allegedly intoxicated driver crashed on the highway.

In their initial reports, Harris County officials reported that the crash took place at around 11:50 p.m. in the 19700 block of US 59/I-69.

According to reports, Amy Boyd was driving a vehicle along the highway with Christopher Allen Nance riding as a passenger. Their vehicle reportedly lost control, crashed into a barricade, then overturned.

Nance sustained critical injuries in the crash while Boyd's injuries were reportedly less severe. Authorities say that Boyd admitted to taking narcotics early the same day of the crash. Intoxication allegedly caused the crash, and officials charged Boyd with intoxication assault.

Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Christopher Allen Nance Alleged DWI Accident in Humble

Christopher Allen Nance alleged DWI Accident Humble, TX

Something I say a lot on this blog is how extenuating circumstances always warrant attention after a serious crash. But what about this accident? Police say the driver was on drugs. Is there really more to this? Well, maybe not, but maybe so. How can anyone be sure unless there's been a proper investigation. If police just assume this all was drug-related, they could very easily overlook extenuating circumstances. Regardless of the current details, people were seriously hurt here. Even if it's just to confirm what police already know, that may warrant more thorough investigations.


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