• May 19, 2023

Walter McMahon, Stefan Bailey Killed, Kimberly Heath Injured in Alleged Drunk Driver Accident on Rankin Road in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (May 23, 2023): Recent information from authorities identifies the victims killed in the crash. They were said to be Walter McMahon and Stefan Bailey. Right now, additional details about the allegations of drunk driving are still under investigation.

Harris County, TX — May 19, 2023, two people were killed and Kimberly Heath was hurt after an alleged drunk driving accident at around 1:00 a.m. on Rankin Road.

Preliminary statements from the Harris County Sheriff's Office say that they were called to North Houston in the area of Rankin Road between Ella Boulevard and the North Freeway (I-45).

Walter McMahon, Stefan Bailey Killed, Kimberly Heath Injured in Alleged Drunk Driver Accident in Harris County, TX

According to investigations, three people were walking along Rankin at the time. Two of the pedestrians were men who remain unidentified at this time. The third was a woman publicly identified by authorities as Kimberly Heath. They apparently had just left a bus stop and were walking when a Chevy Tahoe going westbound somehow struck the pedestrians. Details suggest the Chevy apparently left the scene but later returned.

As a result of the collision, the two male pedestrians succumbed to fatal injuries. Heath had injuries which were described in reports as serious injuries. There were no other injuries reported.

Authorities allege that the driver of the Chevy was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the accident. Details suggest that Harris County Sheriff's officials arrested the Chevy driver for driving while intoxicated. Exact charges are pending at this time.


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