• November 01, 2023

Lynette Winchester Killed in Car Accident on S.H. 249 in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — October 27, 2023, Lynette Winchester was killed in a car accident in the afternoon along state highway 249.

According to reports, a police car chase involving a stolen F-250 had been initiated in San Antonio and had stretched for fourteen miles.

Lynette Winchester Killed in Car Accident on S.H. 249 in Harris County, TX

Allegedly, the driver of the stolen vehicle had been traveling at speeds upwards of 115 miles per hour. The stolen pickup struck the driver's side of Lynette Winchester's vehicle at the intersection of State Highway 249 and Grand Parkway Feeder Road.

Winchester was pronounced deceased as a result of the collision. The driver of the Ford has reportedly been charged with murder in connection with this incident which ended Winchester's life. Additional details are currently unavailable.

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