• January 31, 2022

Billi Jo Fisher Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- January 27, 2022, Billi Jo Fisher was killed after an accident where a vehicle hit Fisher, then left the scene.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 1:48 a.m. in the 14000 block of Eastex Freeway. According to reports, Billi Jo Fisher was walking at the time and entered southbound lanes of the service road. There, police say that a Chrysler hit Fisher, then left the scene. Fisher ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries due to the accident. Police continue to search for the driver.

Commentary on Billi Jo Fisher Pedestrian Accident in Harris County

Billi Jo Fisher pedestrian Accident Harris County, TX

It's just infuriating to see someone leave the scene of an accident while there's someone in need of help. Obviously, finding this person is a priority, and one possible step forward is simply keeping these reports in the public eye. Oftentimes, someone is able to connect the dots and come forward with information the police need. Sometimes, even the driver themselves will come forward. That's when investigators can truly dig into why the driver left the scene and what possible avenues there are to get the victim's loved ones the help they need. Are authorities continuing to give this incident the attention it deserves?

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