• September 06, 2023

Charles Lee Killed in Car Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — September 1, 2023, Charles Lee sustained ultimately fatal injuries due to a two-car accident at around 11:45 a.m. on Grand Parkway.

Authorities said in preliminary statements to the public that the incident happened north of Cypress in northwest Harris County at the intersection of Grand Parkway (Highway 99) and Cypress Rosehill Road.

Charles Lee Killed in Car Accident in Harris County, TX

According to officials, Charles Lee was said to be in a Cadillac CTS traveling eastbound on the highway. Approaching the Cypress Rosehill intersection, Lee's Cadillac somehow lost control and ran off-road. This led to the Cadillac running onto Cypress Rosehill below the main lanes of the highway. There, the Cadillac crashed with a Ford F-150.

Following the crash, Charles Lee was pronounced deceased at the scene. There were no other reported injuries associated with the accident. At this time, the factors leading up to the crash remain unconfirmed.



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