Gizelle Solorio Wiki
Gizelle Solorio was a police officer from the Houston Police department. She died in a head-on car crash on Interstate 10 near Sealy on Thursday morning.
Another tragedy. Prayers for the family and friends of Officer Gizelle Solorio …. https://t.co/qDdRiO7DG1
— Brad Pridgeon (@bpridgeo) December 19, 2019
Gizelle Solorio Age
She was 32 years old.
TX -Houston police officer Gizelle Solorio, 32, died This morning in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 10 near Sealy when she hit a truck tractor (she was not working at the time -non-duty related) The driver of the tractor, Guy Pearson, 65, was not injured. https://t.co/bqH63DpEXc
— True Blue Warriors (@TruBluWarriors) December 19, 2019
Gizelle Solorio Death, Accident
Preliminary information indicates at approximately 6:25 a.m., a 2018 Kenworth Truck Tractor that towed a trailer was traveling west, east of Black Road. A 2013 Toyota Tacoma eastbound was traveling the wrong way in the westbound traffic lane when it hit the center of the truck front. After the death of the accident, the woman dies is identified as Gizelle Solorio, a police officer who is out of service. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, he drove a Toyota Tacoma west the wrong way in 2013 when he hit the front of an 18-wheeled vehicle. Solorio was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident by Judge Bernice Burger of the 4th district of the justice of the peace.
Officer Gizelle Solorio, 32 was killed in a head-on crash early this morning.
The off duty officer was headed east, in a westbound lane on I-10 when she struck a truck.
Our prayers are with her family at this time. pic.twitter.com/Sux52mMv6z
— Paige M. Hubbard (@THEPAIGEREPORT1) December 19, 2019
Guy Pearson, 65, was driving the 2018 Kenworth tractor-trailer when he was hit head-on by Solorio, according to the Texas DPS. Pearson was not injured.
KPRC 2 Investigates has confirmed that Houston Police Department Chief Art Acevedo notified officers of the death of Solorio.
She was stationed in Northeast Division, Chief Art Acevedo said.
It’s unclear what caused Solorio, of Katy, to be driving in the opposite direction.
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