• June 23, 2022

Neris Colindres-Euceda Killed in Truck Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- June 5, 2022, Neris Colindres-Euceda was killed as the result of an accident where a truck hit the victim in the road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 1:36 a.m. along Kuykendahl Road near Cypress Creek Parkway.

According to officials, 35-year-old Neris Colindres-Euceda was walking at the time and reportedly on southbound lanes of Kuykendahl. While doing so, a southbound truck pulling a trailer hit Colindres-Euceda, sending him into northbound lanes where another vehicle hit him.

Due to the collision, Colindres-Euceda sustained fatal injuries. Right now, additional details about the accident are unavailable.

Commentary on Neris Colindres-Euceda Truck Accident in Harris County

Early in the morning like this, it's understandable that someone might not be able to see a pedestrian walking in the roadway where there isn't a marked crosswalk with lights. Perhaps this situation was entirely unavoidable. At the same time, it's always important to be thorough with investigations if only to ensure there weren't extenuating circumstances authorities overlooked.

Neris Colindres-Euceda Killed in Truck Accident in Harris County, TX

A perfect example would be this situation a family came to me with a while back where their loved one walked onto a freeway ramp where a vehicle hit and killed him. As we retraced his steps that night, we found he'd been drinking at a bowling alley while out with friends. Evidence showed that establishment illegally over-served him to the point he was clearly a danger to himself. This ultimately led to him becoming disoriented as he tried to walk home and walking into traffic.

What police basically said was just some idiot walking on the highway was actually a potential dram shop case against a negligent alcohol provider that recklessly over-served someone to the point they couldn't even tell where they were. That family learned the truth thanks to their prudence of searching for outside opinions from professionals.

Now, I'm not saying that happened here. What I'm saying is people are often too quick to take reports like these at face value when there could be any number of potential factors surrounding this tragic event. Taking the time and effort to look into those possible factors is the least one can do for a grieving family.


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