• January 24, 2017

Marta Argueta Killed in Houston, TX, Car Accident

Houston, TX -- January 22, 2017, Marta Argueta was fatally injured following an accident where another vehicle hit hers at an intersection.

Houston Police officials report that the fatal crash took place in the morning hours of Sunday at the intersection of Hackney Street and Jefferson Street.

69-year-old Argueta was in the car with her husband as they drove to church. As they crossed through the intersection, another vehicle went into their lane and crashed into the side of their vehicle. Due to the severity of the collision, Argueta suffered fatal injuries and died.

Authorities report that a stop sign at the intersection had come loose and fallen off during recent strong winds. As a result, the other vehicle did not stop at the intersection.

At this time, no charges or citations have been reported. Police say they're continuing to look into the accident.

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