• January 23, 2023

Joshua Lowery Injured in Alleged DWI Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- September 18, 2022, Joshua Lowery was injured after an accident which allegedly involved intoxicated driving.

It appears the accident happened on September 18, 2022, but charges have apparently been filed as of January 18, 2023. Details surrounding the accident itself are unclear at this time, but Harris County officials say it involved an allegedly intoxicated driver who "by reason of that intoxication" contributed to the injuries of Joshua Lowery. That driver currently faces a pending charge for intoxication assault.

Joshua Lowery Injured in Alleged DWI Accident in Harris County, TX

While I certainly can't shed more light on this than what's currently available to the public, intoxication assault is pretty darn serious. As encouraging as it is to see continuing efforts to make things right for those involved in this incident, I can't help wondering why local media hasn't been more interested in this update. Perhaps it's simply because Harris County has such a problem with intoxicated driving that one or two are bound to slip through the cracks.

But for the individuals left in need of help after these incidents, I'm sure being swept under the rug isn't appreciated. They deserve to know their situation is getting the attention it deserves, and I can only hope more work was done by the authorities to provide them with answers they found to be satisfactory.

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