• September 13, 2023

Cecil George Killed, Brother Injured in Alleged Hit-and-Run on Murphy Road in Fort Bend County, TX

Fort Bend County, TX — September 10, 2023, Cecil George was killed, and his brother was injured in an alleged hit-and-run around 6:17 a.m. on Murphy Road in Fort Bend County.

According to officials, the victims were stopped at a red light when their vehicle was reportedly rear-ended by another vehicle. Cecil George suffered fatal injuries in the crash, and his brother (whose identity has not been released) reportedly sustained serious injuries.

The offending vehicle reportedly fled the scene but officials have purportedly released the name of the suspect, Jose Antonio Pina Tenorio. Some sources claim that authorities believe Tenorio was intoxicated at the time of the accident, however, this information has not been confirmed.

It is imperative a full investigation into the cars involved in the crash, how the crash occurred, and where Tenorio had been drinking (if applicable) is completed as soon as possible to give Mr. George's family at least some sort of closure.

Cecil George Killed, Brother Injured in Alleged Hit-and-Run on Murphy Road in Fort Bend County, TX
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