• March 03, 2023

Bicyclist Killed in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident on Foy Street in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- March 1, 2023, a bicyclist was killed as the result of an accident where a vehicle hit them along Foy Street.

Investigators said they were called following the accident at around 10:40 a.m. It happened in the area of Foy Street and Eastex Freeway. Right now, statements say that a 62-year-old was on a bicycle going northbound on Foy. Somehow, a Lincoln Continental hit the cyclist. The bike became lodged beneath the vehicle as it left the scene.

Bicyclist Killed in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident on Foy Street in Houston, TX

The bicyclist died as a result of the collision. A witness followed the Lincoln driver, who has since been detained. Police have not yet confirmed additional details surrounding the accident. One thing they did say that stood out is the driver apparently didn't show signs of impairment. Is that true?

If so, how in the world does someone hit a cyclist, then continue driving? There's virtually no way that happens without the driver noticing. So why did they leave the scene? Did they have something serious to hide, or did they just make a horrible mistake due to panic? If nothing else, the victim's loved ones deserve a clear answer.


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