Katy, TX — An accident involving a semi-truck left two people injured in Katy, Texas, on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. The accident happened just north of town, at the intersection of FM 529 and Katy Hockley Cut Off Road.
Not many details about the accident have been released. Local news outlets report that a semi-truck and a black pickup collided near the intersection, and that the crash sent both vehicles off the road.
The accident also caused the semi to roll over, spilling a trailer full of sand that it had been pulling. The cab of the truck also caught fire, although the driver was able to get out.
There’s been no word on the extent of the injuries suffered by both drivers. Reports say they were both in stable condition. Their names weren’t released.
The accident continues to be investigated.
Scene of the Accident
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