• May 31, 2022

Man Killed in Hit-and-run Accident on Navigation Boulevard in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- May 28, 2022, a man was killed after an accident where a vehicle hit him on Navigation Boulevard, then left the scene.

Preliminary reports from authorities said that the incident took place at around 9:05 p.m. along East Navigation Boulevard near West 77th Street.

Officials said that a 79-year-old man was walking in the area and attempted to cross the intersection. Doing so, a vehicle hit the man, then left the scene.

The pedestrian sustained fatal injuries as a result of the crash. Right now, authorities do not have a description for the vehicle. Investigations continue.

Commentary on Pedestrian Hit-and-run Accident on Navigation in Houston

It's just tragic seeing accidents like this, and I have no doubt members of the community are at least as infuriated as I am anytime someone leaves the scene of an accident--especially a fatal one. While there isn't much information available right now, simply keeping these details in the public eye can be crucial for reaching a conclusion. Someone is often able to connect the dots to a friend, neighbor, co-worker, partner, ex-partner, or some other association so police can identify and apprehend them. Those steps will hopefully lead to progress here so the victim's loved ones can at least get some much deserved answers.

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