HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A man facing multiple charges, including murder, is accused of intentionally hitting two riders on a dirt bike, leaving one dead and another in the hospital.
The video above is from the original report: 16-year-old dead and 1 rider injured after SUV intentionally hit dirt bike in SW Houston, police say
Alfred E. Woods, 42, was initially charged with two counts of failure to stop and render aid in the hit-and-run crash on Feb. 21 at 1800 Airport Blvd.
On Thursday, additional charges of murder and aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury were filed against Woods.
Tremayne Montgomery, 16, and Nathaniel Britton, 18, were riding a dirt bike that day and being followed by what police described as a dark-colored SUV.
The SUV allegedly struck both of them, and they were transported to the hospital. Montgomery was pronounced dead, and Britton remains in the hospital in critical condition, according to police.
The next day of the incident, police located the SUV and identified Woods as the driver.
Woods is accused of his role in Montgomery's death and Britton's injuries.
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