• September 05, 2023

Earl Monroe Williams Killed in Alleged DWI Accident in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (September 6, 2023): According to additional statements from county officials, the incident happened as Earl Williams was reportedly on a motorcycle going southbound along Fairbanks North Houston Road. While doing so, authorities allege that a Ford F-150 with a trailer failed to yield on eastbound Congo Road. This led to the vehicles colliding, and Williams ultimately suffered fatal injuries as a result. It appears charges are still pending for the Ford driver.

Harris County, TX — September 2, 2023, Earl Monroe Williams was fatally injured as the result of an alleged intoxicated driver accident in Harris County.

Right now, specific circumstances surrounding the fatal incident remain unclear. Harris County officials released preliminary statements regarding charges stemming from the crash.

Earl Williams Killed in Alleged DWI Accident in Harris County, TX

According to authorities, Earl Monroe Williams of Houston sustained fatal injuries due to a motor vehicle accident. Documents allege that the accident was the result of a motorist operating their vehicle while intoxicated, and by reason of that intoxication, Williams was fatally injured. That driver appears to be facing a charge for intoxication manslaughter. No further information can be reported at this time.


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