• May 01, 2023

Juan Garcia Killed in Car Accident on Aldine Westfield in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (May 15, 2023): Details from authorities identified the man involved in the accident as 49-year-old Juan Garcia. It appears Garcia succumbed to his injuries following initial reports. Additional details about the accident remain unconfirmed at this time.

Harris County, TX — April 29, 2023, one person sustained injuries as the result of a pedestrian accident Saturday evening along Aldine Westfield Road.

Harris County Constable's Office officials stated that the incident occurred along Aldine Westfield off the corner of Ciderwood Drive near the Spring area in the northern part of the county.

Juan Garcia Killed in Car Accident on Aldine Westfield in Harris County, TX

According to initial statements given by authorities, one person was walking at the time and was along Aldine Westfield. Details at this time do not specify if the pedestrian was crossing the road or otherwise walking along the side of the road. While that person was on foot, a driver struck them.

This resulted in the pedestrian suffering injuries currently described as critical. The condition of that person at this time has not been released in reports. Details about the driver involved in the crash are also unavailable as investigations continue.


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