• February 17, 2023

Woman Killed in Pedestrian Accident on Highway 249 in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- February 16, 2023, a woman was killed following an accident where a vehicle hit her along Highway 249.

Authorities said that the accident happened at around 3:30 a.m. in the area of Highway 249 and Bammel North Houston Road.

Right now, the details are still unclear. A woman that was on northbound lanes was hit by a vehicle, resulting in fatal injuries. That vehicle's driver apparently stayed at the scene and spoke with police.

Harris County, TX Pedestrian Accident Kills Woman on TX-249 at Bammel N. Houston

Right now, no further information is available. I hope that's due to police not giving that information rather than them not bothering to look more thoroughly into what happened here. As straight-forward as people may think pedestrian accidents are, there could still be crucial details the victim's loved ones deserve to hear. That alone should make it worth proper attention from investigators.



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