• May 19, 2023

Maria Santana Aguilar, Teen Injured in Car Accident in Conroe, TX

Montgomery County, TX — March 1, 2023, Maria Santana Aguilar and a teenager were injured after a car accident at around 2:44 p.m. along I-45.

Details released by authorities indicate that the crash took place along the I-45 service road in the area of the Davis Street intersection.

Maria Santana Aguilar, Teen Injured in Car Accident in Conroe, TX

According to initial statements, a woman identified as 46-year-old Maria Santana Aguilar and a 17-year-old girl were in a Chevy Suburban reportedly going eastbound along Davis. While crossing the service road, reportedly with the right-of-way, it appears that a northbound vehicle allegedly ran a red light. Doing so, that vehicle crashed into the Suburban.

Aguilar was said to have non-incapacitating injuries following the wreck, but the 17-year-old passenger had injuries described as incapacitating. It's unclear if the other driver was hurt. Authorities claim that the driver that hit Aguilar's vehicle fled the scene, but authorities apprehended them. It's alleged that the driver showed signs of intoxication and was arrested, but details regarding potential pending charges are unavailable right now.


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