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Man Killed By Alleged Drunk Driver In Harris County

Four Year Old Daughter Of Suspected Drunken Driver Is Also Injured In Crash
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Around 2am this morning, a suspected drunk driver caused a deadly accident in NW Harris County according to the Harris County Sherriff’s Office.

The drunk driver suspect was heading west down FM 1960 in an SUV near Fritz Oak Place. His 4 year old daughter was sitting in the front seat and not in a child safety seat. He made a U-turn and was hit by another car. The driver of the car died at the scene of the accident.
The suspected drunk driver was not injured, but his daughter was taken to an area hospital and listed in stable condition. The SUV driver has been charged with intoxication manslaughter. Additional charges may be filed later.

According to the Texas Department of Transportation, in Texas someone is injured or killed in a wreck involving alcohol every 20 minutes. You are considered legally intoxicated here with a .08 BAC (blood or breath alcohol concentration) or [...]

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