• September 29, 2022

Enrique Ybarra Camarillo Killed in Pedestrian Hit-and-run Accident on Southwest Freeway in Houston, TX

UPDATE (October 13, 2022): Officials identified the victim in the accident as Enrique Ybarra-Camarillo. Additional details about the vehicle involved remain unavailable.

Houston, TX -- September 29, 2022, one person was killed after an accident where a vehicle hit them on the Southwest Freeway and fled.

Investigators were called out to the 5600 block of Southwest Freeway (US 59) near Chimney Rock at around 11:10 p.m.

According to their statements, an unidentified 69-year-old man was in the area of the northbound freeway lanes when a vehicle hit them. That vehicle left the scene. Another vehicle then hit the man again, and that driver stopped to call for help.

The pedestrian sustained fatal injuries in the accident. No other injuries were mentioned. Police continue investigations.

Commentary on Enrique Ybarra Camarillo Pedestrian Hit-and-run Accident in Houston

Enrique Ybarra Camarillo Killed in Pedestrian Hit-and-run Accident in Houston, TX
Houston, TX Hit-and-run Accident Kills Pedestrian on US 59 at Chimney Rock

Hit and run incidents like this are always infuriating, and so many seem to come out of the Houston area. I have no doubt locals are fed up with these drivers, which is why it's so crucial for them to keep their eyes peeled for any information that can assist authorities. Keeping these details in the public eye often leads to someone finding security footage or otherwise connecting dots that identify the driver. I remain hopeful that may yet happen here.


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