• September 05, 2023

Patricia Ann Dettloff Killed, Daniel Patrick Dettloff Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — August 20, 2023, Patricia Dettloff was killed and Daniel Dettloff was injured following an alleged intoxicated driver accident early Sunday.

According to statements from county officials, the incident happened sometime before 2:47 a.m., which is around the time emergency services reportedly came to the crash scene. The incident happened along the 6200 block of Farm-to-Market 1960.

Patricia Dettloff Killed, Daniel Dettloff Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident in Harris County, TX

Right now, details suggest that Daniel Dettloff and Patricia Dettloff of Humble were in a Subaru which was struck by a GMC Yukon. The exact circumstances surrounding the accident are not clear right now. Due to this collision, authorities say Patricia Dettloff succumbed to fatal injuries. Daniel Dettloff was taken from the scene with apparent injuries.

Details show at least one witness and authorities believe that the driver of the GMC had been intoxicated at the time of the crash. There are pending charges for intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault, according to Harris County officials. They have yet to release additional details about the fatal wreck.


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