• June 07, 2022

Daniel Terrell Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County, TX; Marquesa Ester Charged

Harris County, TX -- May 28, 2022, Daniel Terrell was injured following an accident which allegedly involved a driver that left the scene.

Right now, exact circumstances surrounding the accident are unclear. Officials said only that an accident occurred which resulted in the injury of Daniel Terrell. Following the accident, authorities allege that Marquesa Ester failed to stop and render aid, for which she was charged, according to sources. Additional details are currently unavailable.

Commentary on Daniel Terrell Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County

Daniel Terrell Injured in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident in Harris County, TX

It's certainly not my place to speak on whether or not the allegations here are true, but they can bring up some rather unique and complex factors. It's not always just about charging the driver. It can also help victims and families to know why a driver left the scene. It could be something as simple as panic or hiding warrants, or it could be something more complex, such as a drunk driver that was illegally over-served by a bar who can also be liable for the resulting injuries. One way or another, a report like this is likely far from the full story. That's why more thorough independent investigations may be necessary going forward.


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