• March 14, 2023

Angelina Guzman Angulo Injured in Bus Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- February 19, 2023, Angelina Guzman Angulo was injured following an accident where a vehicle and a bus collided.

Investigators said that the incident happened at approximately 5:23 a.m. along Benmar Drive at Imperial Valley Drive.

It appears that 33-year-old Angelina Guzman Angulo was a passenger in a Nissan Rogue going southbound on Imperial Valley. Authorities allege the unidentified driver of the Nissan disregarded a light at Benmar, resulting in the Nissan crashing into the side of a bus.

Angelina Guzman Angulo Injured in Bus Accident in Houston, TX

Guzman Angulo was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. The driver of the Nissan allegedly left the scene. No other injuries were reported.

Most recent public information shows police suspect alcohol was a factor here, but it's challenging to confirm that if they don't know who the driver was. Maybe they know more behind the scenes, which would certainly be a positive step forward. It doesn't matter if a victim is in another vehicle, on foot, or in a negligent driver's own vehicle. If someone's actions cause harm to another, there are consequences that can help set things right. Hopefully in the search for holding someone accountable, authorities don't forget that the well-being of the victim should also be a priority.


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