• May 02, 2022

Amoreena Bell Killed in Hit-and-Run on State Highway 6 in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- April 14, 2022, 45-year-old Amoreena Bell was struck and killed by a vehicle in a hit-and-run along State Highway 6 in northwest Houston.

According to reports, the incident happened Thursday on Highway 6 near Pine Forest Lane. Not much information about the accident was published, but Bell was reportedly walking along the road when she was struck and killed by a driver who then left the scene without stopping.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Amoreena Bell Hit-and-Run on Highway 6 in Houston

It's beyond frustrating to see someone leave an injured victim behind after hitting them. The emergency aid rendered in the few minutes until medics can arrive often make all the difference, so for a driver to flee the scene and not even offer that much assistance is just shameful. For that reason finding the runaway driver is crucial--both to secure some measure of closure for the victim's grieving family and to ensure the suspect faces consequences.

Not only should they be held accountable for leaving the scene, they may have even more to answer for. When people run from these accidents it's usually to hide something specific, such as warrants or even drunk driving. Before any of that can be addressed, though, obviously catching them comes first. It will likely take continued efforts from the community to help connect the dots, and hopefully authorities can locate witnesses or surveillance video that can get a vehicle description to the public. If everyone cooperates and people with information get it to the authorities, I'm hopeful that this can be successfully resolved. It may take some time but it's best to keep hope alive and remain vigilant.

Amoreena Bell Killed in Hit-and-Run on State Highway 6 in Houston, TX


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