• August 15, 2023

Woman Injured in Truck, Cyclist Accident on Allen Genoa Road in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — July 2, 2023, a woman sustained injuries due to a semi-truck versus cyclist accident at around 10:10 p.m. along Allen Genoa Road.

According to preliminary information released by authorities, the accident happened in the area of the Allen Genoa Road and Allendale Road intersection.

Woman Injured in Truck, Cyclist Accident on Allen Genoa Road in Houston, TX

Investigators said that a 32-year-old woman was cycling at the time and reportedly attempted to cross Allendale. The woman was going northbound, reportedly in the crosswalk, when a semi-truck apparently attempted to turn from southbound Allen Genoa onto westbound Allendale. The truck hit the woman as a result.

As a result of the collision, the woman was taken from the scene with what were called incapacitating injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries. Authorities said in statements that they believe the truck driver failed to yield, and they recommended charges. Additional details cannot be confirmed at this time.



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