• May 03, 2017

Woman Killed in Spring, TX, Pedestrian Accident at Cypresswood

Spring, TX -- May 2, 2017, a woman was killed as the result of an accident in which she was struck by a vehicle along the North Freeway.

Authorities from the Harris County Sheriff's Department were called to the scene of the accident at around 9:00 p.m. It happened near the intersection of I-45 and Cypresswood Drive.

According to preliminary investigations by police, the woman, who was not identified, was walking along the freeway when she attempted to cross traffic lanes. As a result, she crossed paths with two vehicles in northbound lanes.

The woman was struck by a car and then by an SUV. This caused the two vehicles to lose control and crash into each other, which in turn caused a fire to break out. The pedestrian suffered fatal injuries and died at the scene. It's unclear if anyone from the vehicles was hurt.

Police reported no citations or charges resulting from the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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