Houston, TX — Police are working to determine whether or not alcohol played a role in an accident took place in Houston, Texas, on Saturday, March 7, 2015. The accident happened at the intersection of Hiram Clarke Road and Brentwood Park Drive.
According to local reports, a Dodge Charger was spotted speeding in the area when it crashed into an SUV. A front passenger in the SUV suffered critical injuries and was taken to a local hospital. The others inside the SUV, as well as the driver of the Charger, were all hospitalized. Reports say that they are all in stable condition.
The names of those involved in the accident have not been released. Police are currently investigating to see if the driver of the Charger was intoxicated at the time.
Scene of the Accident
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