Multiple cars reportedly mow down woman Tuesday night in north Harris County

In this Wednesday, May 24, 2017, photo, Cobb County police officer wears a body camera as he works an off-duty security detail at at an Atlanta Braves baseball game in Atlanta. The push across U.S. cities to outfit police with body cameras often stops when it comes to officers who moonlight working security at nightclubs, hospitals and ballparks. An Associated Press review finds most police agencies don’t require or won’t allow body cameras for off-duty officers working in uniform. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

The woman was in the street when she was run over by multiple cars in Spring Tuesday night.

The fatal accident happened around 7:45 p.m. in the 17200 block of Red Oak Drive, near the intersection of FM 1960 and I-45 in north Harris County.

The victim has not been identified.

RELATED: Police search for driver who fled the scene after hitting a cyclist in north Houston

None of the occupants in the cars reportedly stopped after the incident. Police think as many as three vehicles may have been involved.

Detectives are hopeful surveillance cameras will help determine what happened.

“There are some cameras in the area from the school right here next to us so we are reviewing that footage right now to see if it’s going to show anything,” Sgt. Eric Albers told

RELATED: Police say a 20-year-old traveling upwards of 90 mph killed a man in Pasadena DUI hit-and-run early this morning

What do you think?

A former “Criminal Minds” star is officially divorced, just in time for Valentine’s Day

Eric Bolling gets emotional opening up about the “complete, devastating shock” of his son’s death