• October 03, 2022

Man Killed in Car Accident on Richey Road in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- October 1, 2022, a man succumbed to injuries he sustained following a car accident on Richey Road.

Investigators reported that the crash took place September 19 at around 7:45 p.m. just off the corner of South Richey Road and Allen Genoa Road.

Officials said that the victim, an unidentified 53-year-old man, was in an Acura traveling eastbound on Richey. Police say an 18-year-old in a Chevy Silverado crossed the center line while going at a high rate of speed, and it crashed head-on into the Acura. A Ford and a Honda then crashed, as well.

The man in the Acura was taken to the hospital where he apparently succumbed to his injuries on October 1. Two people from the Chevy had unspecified injuries. No additional details are available at this time.

Commentary on Fatal Car Accident on Richey Street in Houston

Man Killed in Car Accident on Richey Road in Houston, TX

Folks tend to look at crashes like this as open and shut, and perhaps nothing unusual happened here. Sometimes, a driver is simply being reckless. But there can be extenuating circumstances worth considering. Alcohol, for example, can make things challenging if it leads to dram shop law where a local business is responsible for contributing to the accident. That may be less likely with a teen driver, but it has happened plenty in the past. If authorities aren't careful, they can miss crucial details. That's why I rely on more experienced independent investigators, and those steps could prove vital here, as well.


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