• June 14, 2022

Alyssa Rae Clinger Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in El Paso, TX

UPDATE (June 21, 2022): Police released photos of a suspect vehicle, showing it to be a black or dark-colored GMC Sierra. The crash is still under investigation.

El Paso, TX -- June 12, 2022, Alyssa Rae Clinger was killed following an accident where a vehicle hit Clinger, then left the scene.

Officials reported that the crash took place at around 12:35 a.m. along Lee Trevino near Vista Del Sol.

Authorities said that 20-year-old Alyssa Rae Clinger was walking when a vehicle struck Clinger. That vehicle then left the scene. Clinger ultimately succumbed to fatal injuries due to the collision. Police have yet to identify the driver.

Commentary on Alyssa Rae Clinger Car Accident in El Paso

Alyssa Rae Clinger Killed in Hit-and-run Accident in El Paso, TX

It's just infuriating to see someone lose their life in an accident only for the driver involved to completely shirk their responsibility to stay at the scene. Whatever led to the incident, that person needs to be brought to justice. That often happens as a result of the community seeing these details as much as possible. Someone is often able to connect the dots and identify a friend, neighbor, co-worker, or even a family member so they can be held accountable for their actions. I maintain hope that can still happen here.


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