• February 03, 2022

Abraham Banda Pena Killed in Pedestrian Hit-and-run Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- January 23, 2022, Abraham Banda Pena was killed as the result of an accident where a vehicle hit Pena, then left the scene.

Authorities reported that the incident took place at around 4:20 a.m. near the intersection of West Road and Ella Boulevard.

In their reports, officials said that Abraham Banda Pena was on foot in the eastbound lane of West Road. While there, at least one vehicle hit Pena, then left the scene.

Pena ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries due to the accident. Police have not given any additional details.

Commentary on Abraham Banda Pena Hit-and-run Accident in Houston

Abraham Banda Pena Hit-and-run Accident Houston, TX

It's just tragic how many accidents like this are in the news--many of them just out of Houston. A crucial step toward making things right can simply be circulating these details in the public as much as possible. There could be a nearby business that caught the accident on video or a witness the police weren't able to contact. There are even times that reports lead the drivers themselves to come forward. I still maintain hope that continued vigilance from the community will see justice done for this man's loved ones. Then, they can finally get answers about what exactly happened here.

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