• May 12, 2023

Jasmine Williams in Hit-and-Run Drunk Driving Accident on W. Little York Rd. in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — April 25, 2023, Jasmine Williams was injured by an alleged hit-and-run drunk driver around 4:51 p.m. on W. Little York Rd. in Houston.

Officials report the victim was headed west in a Jeep Patriot when she was struck by an eastbound Chevy Silverado that was attempting a left-hand turn to go north on W. Montgomery Rd.

Ms. Williams was taken to a hospital with reportedly serious injuries. No other injuries were reported.

The Chevy Silverado allegedly fled the scene and then was in a second accident at Knox St. and Glenn Ave. with a Ford F-350. No injuries were reported in this second crash.

The Silverado allegedly also fled from this accident and was later found in a single-vehicle accident on De Priest St.

Police recommended charging the driver of the Silverado with Failure to Stop and Render Aid and Driving While Intoxicated.

Jasmine Williams in Hit-and-Run Drunk Driving Accident on W. Little York Rd. in Houston, TX
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