1 Woman In Critical Condition Following A Motor-Vehicle Crash In Jacinto (Houston, TX)

The Jacinto City Police responded to a motor vehicle accident that left a woman in critical condition after she was hit by a 15-year-old suspect.

The suspect accused of stealing vehicles was involved in an east Houston chase.

The officials said the pursuit was called off near the 1200 block of Federal road and market when the teen crashed into the woman’s vehicle.

The other two occupants in the suspect’s vehicle were hospitalized following their injuries, said the police.  

The teen suspect was taken into custody and is facing a third-degree felony for evading police in a motor vehicle. He was later released to his parents. 

August 11, 2022

Source: Click2Houston

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