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17-Year-Old Girl Dies After Being Hit by Train Near Memorial Park, Houston Police Say

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A tragic story out of Texas this week. A teenage girl was hit and killed by a train in Memorial Park. The 17 year old girl was walking on the tracks when she was struck and killed. It’s a tragedy for her family and friends, and a reminder for all of us to be careful around trains and railroad tracks.

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A teenage girl died after being hit by a train Tuesday evening in northwest Houston, according to police. The Houston Police Department said at about 3:20 p.m. a caller heard a girl wailing at 7575 N. Picnic Lane.

Upon arrival, the 17-year-old victim was found by first responders on the railroad tracks near Memorial Park.

The death of a loved one is a very difficult thing to deal with, no matter the circumstances. If your loved one was killed in an accident on the train tracks, you may be wondering what your legal options are.

Call Houston Wrongful Death Attorney Domingo Garcia

My experienced Houston Personal Lawyers can help you determine if you have a wrongful death claim. There are many things that need to be considered in these cases, such as whether the train company was at fault, if there were any safety hazards on the tracks, and more. An attorney can help you gather evidence and build a strong case so that you can get the justice and compensation that you deserve.

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