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INTOXICATED WOMAN CHARGED WITH MURDER IN FATAL CRASH

Ashley Kay Hill, 33, of 14442 Bush Sage Drive in Cypress has been charged with murder in connection with the head-on crash on FM 1314 near Village Way on April 27, 2024. Just after 7:30 pm Saturday, April 27, 2024, Caney Creek and Porter Fire were dispatched to a reported head-on collision on FM 1314 near Village Way. Units arrived on the scene to find three vehicles with heavy damage. One vehicle in the ditch had three occupants trapped. Crews immediately went to work. A Ford F-150 involved had one female driver with serious injuries. A BMW 428i had a male trapped in the driver’s seat, a female trapped in the passenger seat, and a 12-year-old female in the back seat. All with critical injuries. They were able to get the passenger of the BMW out first and transport her in critical condition to Memorial Hermann in the Woodlands in critical condition. The 12-year-old in the back seat was also taken to Memorial Hermann Woodlands in critical condition which included a severe leg injury. She was later flown by Life Flight to Memorial Hermann in Houston where she remains in critical condition. The driver of the BMW had both legs trapped under the dashboard. Fire crews had to cut the doors off and attempt to roll the dashboard with rescue tools. This was as MCHD Medics frantically worked to keep the driver alive as he was in very critical condition. Once they got him out he was taken to Kingwood Hospital where he later passed away. The driver of the Hyundai involved was not injured. Hill, the driver of the F-150 was transported to Kingwood Hospital in serious but stable condition.
Troopers learned that Hill’s Ford F-150 was traveling north on FM 1314 and failed to negotiate the curve just north of Village Way. Hill crossed the center lanes striking the Hyundai first. She then continued and slammed into the BMW driven by Mr. Izar head-on. The impact launched a bed toolbox more than 100 feet scattering tools across the roadway. DPS Troopers were able to determine that Hill who was driving the F-150 was intoxicated and did find open containers in her vehicle. On Thursday DPS Troopers learned Hill was being released from the hospital. They then executed the murder warrant taking her into custody just before midnight. Records show she has had at least three other DWIs prior, some out of state. She was booked into the Montgomery County Jail on a $250,000 bond. She has since posted a bond and been released.

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