• May 04, 2023

Betty Hart Killed in Car Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — May 3, 2023, Betty Hart was fatally injured following a car accident at around 9:30 p.m. along Kuykendahl Road.

Harris County officials said that the incident happened along 15500 block of Kuykendahl Road off Cypresswood Drive in the Spring area.

Betty Hart Killed in Car Accident in Harris County, TX

It appears that Betty Hart was walking at the time and apparently attempted to cross a portion of Kuykendahl Road. As Hart was in the southbound lane, a Chevy Malibu apparently could not avoid Hart, striking her in the roadway. Due to the collision, Hart sustained injuries which ultimately proved fatal.

Authorities did not say that anyone else was injured due to the collision. They spoke with the Chevy driver, and at this time there are no reported charges or citations. Right now, no further information about the factors leading up to the crash can be confirmed.


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