• July 10, 2023

Maria Rodriguez Duvall Killed, Mark Anthony Duvall Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (August 15, 2023): Further information from authorities identifies the individuals involved in the wreck, including one who is said to have succumbed to their injuries. The occupants of the Jeep were identified as 55-year-old Mark Anthony Duvall and 73-year-old Maria Rodriguez Duvall. It appears Maria Duvall's injuries proved to be fatal following the accident. Initial reports listed two injured victims, however authorities do not indicate that Mark Duvall sustained any injuries. It also appears authorities cited the truck driver for having the wrong license plate and for parking violations. Right now, additional details surrounding the accident are still working to be confirmed.

Harris County, TX — July 4, 2023, two people sustained injuries as the result of an 18-wheeler accident at around 1:00 a.m. on Greens Crossing Boulevard.

Initial details about the accident say that it took place at the intersection of Greens Crossing and Tall Pine Valley Drive in the northern Houston area.

Maria Rodriguez Duvall Killed, Mark Anthony Duvall Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Harris County, TX

According to authorities with the Harris County Sheriff's Office, the incident involved a Jeep Wrangler that had been traveling through the intersection. For reasons which were not made clear in reports, the Jeep crashed with an 18-wheeler that was parked.

As a result of this collision, the two occupants in the Jeep sustained injuries. They were identified as a mother and son. At least one of them reportedly had serious injuries. No one else was reportedly hurt. The incident is still under investigation.


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