• November 16, 2023

Heather Lynn Nanez Killed in Hit-and-Run Car Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX — November 15, 2023, Heather Lynn Nanez was killed in a hit-and-run car accident just before 4 in the morning along I.H. 610.

According to authorities, Heather Lynn Nanez—age 37—was on foot on South Loop West in the vicinity of Buffalo Speedway when the incident occurred.

Heather Lynn Nanez Killed in Hit-and-Run Car Accident in Houston, TX

For unknown reasons, a vehicle—of which the make and model remains unknown—collided with Nanez. The occupant(s) of the vehicle that struck her did not stop to render aid of any kind; they fled the scene of the accident. Emergency services were called to the scene where Nanez was declared deceased.

The cause of the accident is under active investigation by local authorities. Weather and driving conditions in the area at the time of the accident were not reported on. There are not currently any additional details available pertaining to this incident.

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