• May 26, 2017

1 Killed, 1 Injured in Houston, TX, Hit-and-run Accident on Dairy Ashford

Houston, TX -- May 25, 2017, one person was killed and another was seriously injured after an accident where their vehicle was hit by a car that then fled.

Houston Police Department officials responded Thursday night to the accident scene located along South Dairy Ashford Road.

Preliminary police reports indicated that two people, a man and a woman, were in a Honda Accord traveling along S. Dairy Ashford when a Toyota Corolla next to them somehow sideswiped their vehicle. This caused the Honda to lose control and run off the side of the road. It slammed sideways into a tree and came to a halt. The Corolla then fled the scene.

Both occupants were extracted from the vehicle by rescue personell. The 43-year-old male passenger was taken to Memorial Hermann Southwest where he later died. The woman in the vehicle was also taken to Hermann Memorial with critical injuries.

Police have not reported any potential suspects relating to the case. Investigations are ongoing.

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