• June 14, 2022

Keriesha McConnell, Jordan Walker Perry Killed, Abraham Moriera, Teen Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

UPDATE (June 29, 2022): Sources released additional details surrounding the deadly wreck. They said that Keriesha McConnell and Jordan Perry were in a car traveling northbound on US 59. They were possibly going below the speed limit when a pickup hit them from behind, ultimately causing fatal injuries. The driver of the pickup, identified as Abraham Alejandro Moreira, and a 16-year-old in the pickup were said to have incapacitating injuries. Right now, the exact cause of the crash remains unconfirmed.

Houston, TX -- June 12, 2022, Keriesha McConnell and Jordan Perry were killed due to an accident where cars crashed on the freeway.

Preliminary reports did not say what exactly caused the crash. They said only that the incident happened along US 59/Eastex near Mt. Houston Road at around 3:15 p.m.

Somehow, a truck and a Kia Soul collided along northbound lanes. Initial reports said that two people were in "fair" conditions at a hospital, but it was later reported they died due to the crash.

Sources identified the two victims as Keriesha McConnell and Jordan Walker Perry. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Keriesha McConnell, Jordan Perry, Abraham Moriera Car Accident in Houston

Considering authorities initially suggested that the victims were okay only for them to end up dying, I can't help wondering if authorities really have a grasp on what happened here. Even the more recent details do little to really provide answers. Often, I'll have families come to me with accidents they assumed police would investigate thoroughly only to find they were completely left in the dark and forgotten about.

Keriesha McConnell, Jordan Walker Perry Killed in Car Accident in Houston, TX

That's one of the reasons I do my best to ensure people know the importance of independent investigations after a devastating wreck like this. Whatever comes next for a victim's loved ones, the path forward requires knowing the facts. Steps must be taken to ensure the people in charge of getting those facts will actually give the incident the attention it deserves. Are those steps being taken here?


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