Trio of teens egged cars before Harris County wreck that left woman dead, police say

Houston Chronicle | 1/2/2019 | Nicole Hensley, Julian Gill, Houston Chronicle
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A woman was killed when her Ford 150 was hit at Aldine Westfield Road and Aldine Mail Route Road on Jan. 1, 2019, by a car full of teens allegedly pelting eggs at other vehicles.

A woman was hit and killed by a car packed with egg-chucking teens who ran a red light Tuesday afternoon, marking unincorporated Harris County's first traffic fatality of 2019.

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The three teens, including a 14-year-old boy behind the wheel of a GMC Acadia, were fleeing an enraged motorist who gave chase during their alleged egging spree, Harris County Sheriff's Lt. Susan Cotter said. The young driver ignored a red light along Aldine Mail Route Road in north Houston and t-boned a Ford F-150 heading south on Aldine Westfield Road, she said.

Both vehicles tumbled into a nearby ditch. The woman was pulled from the mangled pickup truck but could not be saved. She was not identified.

Boys - Driver - Injuries - Teenager - Authorities

Two of the boys, including the driver, were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. The third teenager was not harmed and told authorities what happened.

Two of the boys, including the driver, were hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries. The third teenager was not harmed and told authorities what happened.

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The boy said he and his pals were egging cars when the driver of a gold, 1970s model Lincoln...
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