• August 28, 2023

Patrick Taylor Killed in Alleged Hit-And-Run on Martin Luther Blvd. in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — August 20, 2023, around 8 p.m., Patrick Taylor was killed in a hit-and-run incident on Martin Luther King Blvd.

Investigators report Patrick Taylor was reportedly struck by a southbound white Chevrolet Impala while he was walking along Martin Luther King Blvd.

The white Chevrolet Impala, which struck Taylor, was reportedly left at the scene and disabled due to the impact of the crash. Allegedly, the driver of the Impala removed the temporary license plate and fled the scene in a different vehicle. The make and model of the second vehicle remain unknown.

Mr. Taylor was purportedly declared deceased at the accident scene.

Patrick Taylor Killed in Alleged Hit-And-Run on Martin Luther Blvd. in Houston, TX

Tia Lyn Nash Injured in Truck Accident on U.S. Hwy. 59 in Corrigan, TX

Corrigan, TX — September 12, 2023, Tia Lyn Nash was injured in a collision with a semi-truck around 3:45 p.m. on U.S. Hwy. 59 in Corrigan. According to sources, the victim's Chevy Suburban was southbound while a Freightliner semi-truck was northbound on U.S. Hwy. 59 when the Chevy reportedly attempted a left-hand turn and the...

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