Editor’s note: If you know of any useful information regarding the multiple drivers who fled the scenes of these incidents, please contact your local police department or call 9-1-1 to share your information.

HARRIS COUNTY — Two nearby collisions on State Highway 249 ended with a fatality last night (Aug. 26, 2018). However, police investigators are working to determine the relation of the two collisions.

Alyson Christine Marks, a pedestrian, was walking in the northbound traffic lanes in the 14600 block of SH 249, according to police reports.


An unknown vehicle struck Marks, and fled the scene without stopping to render aid. No description of the initial striking vehicle is available at this time.

The complainant came to rest in the left lane of traffic. While lying in the road, the complainant was struck by a northbound Nissan sedan. The driver of the Nissan stopped his vehicle at the scene and contacted police.

A third vehicle, traveling north on SH 249 struck the complainant as she lay in the road. The third striking vehicle failed to stop at the scene and fled to the north.

At the time of the pedestrian crash, a motorcycle crash occurred in the 14600 block of SH 249.

A red motorcycle crashed into the back of a white colored vehicle while traveling northbound. The white vehicle fled the scene to the north.

The motorcycle rider was injured and transported to the hospital. A follow up investigation determined the motorcycle rider was intoxicated.

Investigators are working to determine the relation of the two collisions.

This case remains under investigation by the Vehicle Crimes Division of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

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