• March 15, 2023

Woman Killed in Car Accident on Little York Road in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- March 11, 2023, a woman sustained fatal injuries due to an accident where two vehicles crashed on Little York Road.

Preliminary details about the crash say it happened at around 1:25 a.m. at the intersection of Little York Road and Foy Lane.

It appears an unidentified 39-year-old woman was in a Honda that was northbound on Foy. For reasons unclear, the Honda and an eastbound Chevy Silverado on Little York collided. The woman was taken to a hospital in critical condition where she succumbed to her injuries on March 13. Others in the vehicle appeared to be uninjured, and no injuries were mentioned from occupants of the Chevy. No further information is available at this time.

Houston, TX Car Accident Kills Woman on Little York Road at Foy Lane

There is clearly a serious lack of information about what happened here. But as those investigations continue, I can't help noticing a concerning factor here, and I wonder if authorities are giving it proper attention. Put simply, it always stands out when only one person involved in a crash is hurt or killed when no one else was.

It's one thing if, for example, a car hits the back corner of a trailer on one side, such that the other person in the car isn't actually hit by anything. But these are two passenger vehicles crashing at an intersection. Why exactly was the victim here the only person hurt? Was it just some freak occurrence? Was there something going on inside that vehicle that would explain this? Or could it be that the woman's seatbelt or airbag failed? Perhaps there's a lot more to this story than simply finding out what caused the crash itself. Not only could there be something important the woman's loved ones need to hear, but there could even be a serious issue putting others in serious danger, as well.


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