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Category Archives: Hit Run Accident


Hit And Run Driver Slams Into Ambulance

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Two firefighters were seriously injured when an SUV t-boned an ambulance. The driver immediately fled the scene and is still at large. The wreck happened near the intersection of Parker Road at Airline Drive at around 3 a.m. According to HPD, an ambulance, which didn’t contain any civilians, was driving southbound on Airline when… Read More »

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Hit-And-Run Driver Strikes 3-Year-Old

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Police have few clues as they search for a speeding SUV driver who hit and seriously injured a 3-year-old girl who was playing in the street. HPD investigators said the child was taken to a hospital in unknown condition. They said she was alert and breathing but was crying and said she was in… Read More »

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Legal Options In Hit-And-Run Cases

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These victims rarely get justice in criminal court. Law enforcement investigators solve fewer than 10 percent of the hit-and-run cases in Greater Houston. Most of the solved cases involve defendants who voluntarily came forward and confessed or defendants who were detained at the scene under Texas’ liberal citizens arrest law. Generally, investigators simply have… Read More »

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