Mom screaming at speeding car is run over by Porsche in front of her kids, Texas cops say
A Texas woman was struck and killed by an SUV as she walked with her husband and two children near Houston, investigators say.
The family was walking near Rankin Road in northern Harris County before midnight on Friday, Dec. 9 when a high-speed vehicle passed them, according to a report from the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.
The woman, whom McClatchy News is not naming to protect the identity or her children, walked further down the road and began yelling at the speeding car, her husband told deputies.
She did not see the Porsche Cayenne heading towards them, but her husband did, according to the report.
He pushed their children out of the way of the SUV, but didn’t have time to get his wife to safety before she hit her, according to the report.
The driver of the Porsche pulled over immediately, called 911 and performed CPR on the woman while waiting for help to arrive, according to the report.
She was taken to hospital for treatment but died of her injuries.
The driver showed no signs of intoxication and cooperated with investigators, according to the report.
The investigation is ongoing.
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