• February 28, 2022

Michelle McLemore Killed in Pedestrian Accident in Houston, TX

UPDATE (May 31, 2022): Charging instruments identified a driver involved in the accident as Tinh Luong. The reports say Luong faces a charge for failure to stop and render aid in connection with the accident. No further information is available at this time.

UPDATE (March 7, 2022): Reports from officials have identified the woman killed in the accident as Michelle McLemore. Right now, additional details surrounding the accident remain unavailable.

Houston, TX -- February 25, 2022, one person was killed due to an accident where a vehicle hit them along FM 1960 in the area of Highway 249.

Investigators reported that the incident took place at around 8:30 p.m. According to officials, a pedestrian was walking on FM 1960 when a driver did not see them in time and hit them. As a result, the pedestrian sustained fatal injuries.

Police said it was dark in the area, and there was crosswalk. Additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Michelle McLemore Pedestrian Accident in Houston

Michelle McLemore pedestrian Accident Houston, TX

With the recent reports showing there are criminal allegations relating to this tragedy, it's important to ensure those affected by the accident are actually getting the full story. Especially with accusations of failure to stop and render aid, there could be more to consider. For example, drunk driving is a common reason people flee the scene. That could then lead to a local bar being liable if they illegally over-served the driver. Is that something authorities looked into here? If not, then that may be a clear sign that these details would be better off in the hands of more experienced independent investigators.

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