• February 17, 2023

Vanessa Moreno Killed in Accident Falling Out of Car on I-45 in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- February 12, 2023, Vanessa Moreno was killed after an accident where she fell from a moving vehicle along I-45 near Cavalcade.

The exact circumstance surrounding the incident are unavailable, and it remains under investigation at this time. The details say that Vanessa Moreno was in a vehicle traveling along the freeway when she apparently went out the window of the vehicle and fell into the roadway. As a result, Moreno succumbed to fatal injuries. Police have spoken with the driver, who may face driving while intoxicated charges.

Vanessa Moreno Killed in Accident Falling Out of Car on I-45 in Houston, TX

I certainly don't know more than what's in the news, and even that I take with a grain of salt. This is a highly unusual series of events, but it's shockingly the third such incident in Houston within less than two weeks. Obviously, this sort of thing is going to leave people with serious questions—questions authorities are no doubt working to answer. But are they going to have time to look into each of these unusual incidents properly?

My concern is they may overlook something or get details mixed up. Hopefully Houston PD can enlist the aid of the Harris Count Sheriff's Office or perhaps independent accident reconstructionists who can ensure all of the families involved in these terrible events know they're getting the answers and the attention they deserve.


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