• August 28, 2023

Carolee Dwyer Killed in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident on West Cypress Forest Drive in Houston, TX

UPDATE (August 29, 2023): Details from county officials identify the woman killed in the accident as Carolee Dwyer. Right now, the factors surrounding the accident are still under investigation.

Houston, TX — August 27, 2023, a woman was killed due to an alleged hit-and-run accident late Sunday along West Cypress Forest Drive.

Authorities with the Harris County Sheriff's Department released information saying the crash took place at 9:00 p.m. off the corner of West Cypress Forest Drive and Cypresswood Drive.

Carolee Dwyer Killed in Alleged Hit-and-run Accident on West Cypress Forest Drive in Houston, TX

Right now, details suggest that a woman, unidentified at this time, was walking in the area. As she did so, authorities say that a vehicle that was speeding somehow hit the woman, then ran off-road and crashed into a house.

The woman sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. The driver allegedly walked away from the crash scene. Authorities say they located and arrested that driver. Charges for failure to stop and render aid are pending, and authorities say they're investigating the possibility of intoxicated driving, as well. Investigations continue.


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