Thieves ‘stole groceries’ from crashed SUV as mother lay dead and her small children sat in the back seat


What do you do when you see a car accident that involved children? These thieves chose to fleece the car with the dead mother and children inside.

Car Crash in tree Houston

Thieves stole groceries from the decimated SUV of a Houston woman who was killed in a car crash while driving her two young sons on Wednesday.

The woman earlier went to her son’s elementary school graduation before grocery shopping, according to a report by KTRK.

She was killed after her shopping when her Toyota 4-Runner hit another vehicle and then hit a tree, police told the station.

They added that they think she was responsible and did not wear a seat belt.

Witnesses told KTRK that thieves stole her groceries before first responders showed up.

‘You see the person dead. How do you feel taking the person’s groceries?’ Sheila Katoo told the station.
Her two children, ages 4 and 6, wore seat belts at the time of the crash and were hospitalized for injuries, according to the report.

‘I just feel sorry for the children in the vehicle, little kids,’ witness Carlton Franklin told KTRK. ‘The kids are innocent.’

The thieves have not yet been identified.

This disgusting display of inhumanity could be a direct result of society’s narcissistic belief in freebies. In this new culture, those groceries were as good as anyone calling dibbs.

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