• January 21, 2022

Larry Allen Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County, TX; Vollie Henry Charged

Harris County, TX -- November 4, 2021, Larry Allen was injured as the result of an accident which police say involved a hit-and-run driver.

Authorities did not give specific information about the accident. Officials said only that Larry Allen sustained injuries in an accident in which Vollie Henry was operating a vehicle. Police allege that Henry left the scene, and he now faces a charge for failure to stop and render aid. Additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Larry Allen Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County

larry allen alleged Hit-and-run Accident Harris County, TX

It's not my place to determine if criminal allegations are true or not. It's simply a good sign to see that there is at least some progress for an accident where someone supposedly left the scene. However, these charges might not be the end of the line even of the allegations prove to be true. Sometimes, an accident like this can involve other factors victims and families need to know about. That's why it's important to find out why a driver left the scene. Some common factors, such as drunk driving, can present unique legal avenues to get people some much needed help which they wouldn't otherwise have access to. Is that something authorities overlooked here? Perhaps more thorough investigations would show that there's more to this story than initial reports suggest.


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