• September 16, 2022

Toddler Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on Ella Boulevard in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- September 15, 2022, a toddler was injured after an accident on Ella Boulevard from which a driver allegedly fled.

Investigators said that the incident happened just before 8:30 p.m. along Ella Boulevard near the Kuykendahl Road intersection.

It appears that the 2-year-old boy hurt in the accident was somehow hit during an accident. After the collision, authorities say one of the drivers fled the scene but was taken into custody.

The toddler was taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries. Charges for failure to stop and render aid are pending.

Commentary on Toddler Hit-and-run Accident on Ella Boulevard in Harris County

With an accident like this, it's always encouraging to see someone getting their day in court to answer for what happened. But it's important folks don't just assume that's all there is to the story. Hit-and-runs can be rather complex depending on why the driver left the scene.

Toddler Injured in Hit-and-run Accident on Ella Boulevard in Harris County, TX

For example, alcohol is a common factor in these accidents. That can create a complex legal scenario if a local bar illegally over-served the driver. That bar would then be liable for their role in the accident under dram shop law.

I'm not saying anything like that happened here, of course, but it's a possibility that should at least get attention. If nothing else, a family deserves every opportunity available to them to get the help they need.


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