• November 02, 2023

Marlene Forrest Killed, Kuaterria Bailey Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

UPDATE (November 3, 2023): The female victim who was killed as a result of this accident has been identified as Marlene Forrest, of Webster, Texas. The male has been identified as 45-year-old Kuaterria Bailey.

Houston, TX — November 2, 2023, a woman was killed on person was injured in a car accident at about 1 a.m. along the Gulf Freeway.

According to reports, a woman was stopped in a vehicle at a red light at the intersection of Gulf Freeway and College Avenue when the accident occurred.

Marlene Forrest Killed, Kuaterria Bailey Injured in Car Accident in Houston, TX

For unknown reasons, a vehicle with a male occupant traveling northbound on Gulf Freeway collided with the rear of her vehicle. The female victim was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. The male from the second vehicle also sustained injuries and was transported to a local hospital by emergency medical services for treatment.

The cause of this accident has not been confirmed. The weather and road conditions in the area at the time of the accident have not been reported on. The accident is still under an active investigation by authorities. There are no additional details available at this point in time.

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