• March 07, 2023

Woman Killed, Man Injured, 1 Charged in Car Accident on Staples Street in Corpus Christi, TX

Corpus Christi, TX -- March 5, 2023, a woman was killed and a man was injured as the result of a car accident along South Staples Street.

Preliminary information about the accident says that it happened just before 12:30 a.m. in the area of South Staples Street and Coleman Avenue.

It appears that a 59-year-old woman and a 50-year-old man were found with serious injuries after an accident on Staples. The woman's injuries ultimately proved fatal. A vehicle involved reportedly then left the scene.

Woman Killed, Man Injured, 1 Charged in Car Accident on Staples Street in Corpus Christi, TX

At this time, authorities say the driver of the vehicle that left the scene returned and was placed under arrest. They say charges for accident involving injury or death are pending. Could that be all there is to the story, though?

Frankly, when I see someone leave an accident scene after a crash this early in the morning, I immediately wander why it is they fled. There's usually something they're trying to hide from police, such as alcohol or warrants. Could the same prove true here, as well? Considering current information is far from telling the whole story, there will likely have to be further investigations before the facts become clear.


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