• December 17, 2021

Child Killed, 2 Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on Cullen Boulevard in Houston, TX

UPDATE (August 15, 2022): Authorities say that the driver that left the scene was 28-year-old Pedro Vargas Garcia. They say Garcia will face a charge for failure to stop and render aid, but they continue to look for the suspect. No further information is available at this time.

Houston, TX -- December 11, 2021, a child was killed and two people were hurt following an accident where a vehicle hit their car, then that driver fled.

Officials responded to the crash scene at around 8:00 p.m. at the intersection of Cullen Boulevard and Schurmier Road.

In their reports, investigtors said that a Dodge Dart was northbound on Cullen. At Schurmier, police say that a westbound pickup ran the stop sign, crashing into the Dodge. After the crash, the driver and two passenger in the pickup got out and fled the scene on foot.

A 7-year-old girl in the Dodge was killed in the crash. Another 7-year-old as well as the driver of the car were taken to area hospitals. Police continue to look for the suspects involved.

Commentary on Child Killed in Hit-and-run Accident on Cullen in Houston

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It's just shameful to see something like this. No doubt Houston residents are sick and tired of seeing these headlines, which is why it's so important they do whatever they can to help. Obviously police are going to be working to bring the suspects involved here to justice, but they often stand a much better chance when people in the community keep the details under the spotlight. someone is usually able to connect the dots to a neighbor, friend, family member, or co-worker so they can come forward with identifying information. The fact police have the pickup in their possession is also an encouraging sign that it's just a matter of time before the suspects involved here are brought to justice. Once that happens, investigators can work on what exactly led to those people fleeing the scene in the first place. One way or another, the family involved in this awful tragedy deserve some answers.


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