• August 28, 2023

Sherita Adams Killed in Pedestrian Accident on Loop 610 in Houston, TX

UPDATE (August 29, 2023): Additional details from authorities identify the victim as Sherita Ann Adams. Currently, further information about the accident itself is still under investigation.

Houston, TX — August 25, 2023, a woman was killed as the result of a pedestrian accident at around 1:40 a.m. along North Loop 610 East.

According to information released by police officials, the fatal incident took place along the eastbound lanes of the freeway in the area of Lockwood Drive.

Sherita Adams Killed in Pedestrian Accident on Loop 610 in Houston, TX

Right now, exact circumstances remain unclear. Details in the news say that the woman, identified only as a 38-year-old, was walking in the area. She may have been in the right lanes of travel, authorities said, when a Honda CR-V struck the woman.

As a result of the collision, the woman succumbed to fatal injuries. The driver remained at the scene and does not currently face any charges. It was said in locals news statements that the woman walked in that area often but was not usually on the freeway. Additional details leading up to the accident are still under investigation.


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