• September 05, 2023

Baby Killed, One Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Dairy Ashford Road in Houston, TX

UPDATE (September 6, 2023): County officials released additional details about the accident, including criminal allegations. They say that the driver of the vehicle involved in the accident and one other person in the car left the scene of the crash on foot. The alleged driver has since been charged with failure to stop and render aid. The victim killed in the accident was said to be a baby that was a passenger in the vehicle along with one other person who was taken from the scene with injuries.

Currently, the crash remains under investigation.

Houston, TX — September 2, 2023, one was killed and one was injured due to a single-vehicle car accident at around 12:12 a.m. on South Dairy Ashford.

Initial statements given about the fatal crash state that it took place along South Dairy Ashford in the area of the Bissonnet Street intersection.

Baby Killed, One Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Dairy Ashford Road in Houston, TX

According to current information, two men were in a vehicle going along the roadway. For reasons which are not confirmed at this time, the vehicle ran off-road. There, the car crashed and apparently "split in half."

Due to the crash, one person in the vehicle sustained fatal injuries. The other person in the vehicle was said to have serious injuries. Identities are not currently available. Authorities have yet to report a cause for the crash as their investigations are ongoing.


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