• May 12, 2022

Leslie Stubbs Killed in Hit-and-run Accident on West Mount Houston Road in Houston, TX

UPDATE (May 13, 2022): Sources identified the victim killed in the accident as 40-year-old Leslie Stubbs. Right now, additional details about the accident are unavailable. Investigations continue.

Houston, TX -- May 12, 2022, one person was killed following an accident where a vehicle hit a bicyclist on West Mount Houston Road, then left the scene.

Houston Police officials say that the accident happened at around 5:10 a.m. in the area of West Mount Houston Road and I-45.

According to investigators, a 40-year-old man was on a bicycle traveling westbound along the eastbound lanes of the roadway. While doing so, a vehicle reportedly hit the cyclist, then continued on and left the scene.

The bicyclist sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. Police do not currently have a description for the runaway vehicle.

Commentary on Leslie Stubbs Bicyclist Hit-and-run Accident in Houston

Leslie Stubbs Hit-and-run Accident Houston, TX

It's just infuriating to see a driver leave someone behind like this. The moments between a driver fleeing and someone calling for help can be the moments that saves someone's life. Considering drivers usually flee to hide something specific, like drunk driving or warrants, only makes it more crucial they answer for their actions. Oftentimes, searching the area for security cameras can help authorities get a description of the vehicle. Additionally, keeping the details in the public eye usually helps someone in the community connect the dots. Whether that's a friend, family member, neighbor, co-worker, or business owner, I'm confident the community can band together and get this man's loved ones some answers.


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