Houston, TX — In NW Houston last week, there was a major collision between two sedans that resulted in a fire and two injuries. Police didn’t release a lot of information – including names – but they said that two people were transported via ambulances to a hospital after the wreck.
This happened along Victory Drive in Houston last Wednesday, November 12, 2014. The details aren’t very clear, but it appears that a dark-colored sedan might have struck a light-colored sedan on the driver’s side that Wednesday afternoon.
The light-colored sedan was pushed into a nearby telephone pole, the news reports said, and at least one person in that car was taken to a hospital. Allegedly, the accident involved three cars, but only two were shown in the news photos.
More investigation on what caused the wreck and who was at fault is to be expected.
Approximate Site of the Accident
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