• February 03, 2022

Matthew Lawrence Peck Killed in Bicycle Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- October 1, 2021, Matthew Lawrence Peck was killed following an accident where a car struck Peck on his bicycle.

Officials reported that the crash took place at around 3:17 a.m. along Spencer Road near Glen Chase Drive.

In their reports, investigators said that 58-year-old Matthew Lawrence Peck was on a bicycle riding along eastbound Spencer. Authorities said that Peck was in the lane of travel while it was dark out, and Toyota Corolla hit Peck. The Toyota then ran off-road, and Peck was thrown into the roadway. After this, a pickup, said to be a Chevy, hit Peck, then left the scene.

As a result of the accident, Peck sustained fatal injuries. Authorities have not yet located the driver that left the scene.

Commentary on Matthew Lawrence Peck Bicycle Accident in Harris County

Matthew Lawrence Peck Bicycle Accident Harris County, TX

It's just shameful to see someone leave the scene of an accident. There is a small possibility the driver wasn't sure what they hit, but most of the time, the driver is trying to hide something from police. Whether that's warrants, drugs, or drunk driving, the goal should be to identify that person so authorities can bring them to answer for their actions.

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