• May 15, 2023

Teenager Killed in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident on West Main Street in Henderson, TX

Henderson, TX — May 12, 2023, a teenager was killed following an alleged hit-and-run accident at around 11:00 p.m. along West Main Street.

Authorities with the Henderson Police Department released details surrounding the accident, including details about pending charges.

Teenager Killed in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident on West Main Street in Henderson, TX

According initial reports, a 14-year-old boy was on West Main Street at the time, though exact specifics about what he was doing aren't entirely clear. While there, police say a truck hit the teenager, then allegedly left the scene. As a result, the teen boy succumbed to fatal injuries. He was identified as a Henderson ISD student.

Some time later, it appears authorities were contacted by who they say is responsible for the fatal accident. That driver reportedly turned himself in, and there are current pending charges against that driver. Further specifics are pending continued investigations into the events surrounding the incident.



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