• January 04, 2023

One Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Bay Area Blvd in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — December 15, 2022, a 55-year-old woman died in a multi-vehicle accident on Bay Area Boulevard in Houston.

Authorities say the incident happened around 11:10 a.m. at the intersection of Bay Area Boulevard and Space Center Boulevard. Preliminary investigation suggests the victim's Buick and two other vehicles were stopped at a red light when a Lincoln MKX approached and failed to control its speed. The Lincoln crashed into the back of the Buick, pushing it into a Mercedes C30 that in turn struck a Jeep Liberty.

The Buick's driver was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger in the Lincoln was taken to an area hospital with unknown injuries.

The crash remains under investigation. No further information is currently available.


All preliminary reports can say is that one driver crashed into stopped vehicles at an intersection. Clearly that's not normal, but before anyone starts saying the striking driver made a mistake like speeding or getting distracted it's important to learn all the details with careful investigation. Was anything wrong with the Lincoln that kept it from stopping? Was its driver awake, alert, in good health, and focused on the road? Did the Buick's safety features engage properly when it was hit? How long were the vehicles stopped at the light before the Lincoln arrived?

The point isn't to complicate things, just to make sure all the dots are connected and the picture they make is clear. With just a handful of preliminary details it's much too early to reach any sound conclusions, but I think most would agree that the loss of a woman's life is more than enough reason to investigate this matter thoroughly. Will law enforcement's efforts be enough to get answers for the people who need and deserve them?

One Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on Bay Area Blvd in Houston, TX
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