Houston, TX — Two people were hospitalized following a single-vehicle car accident in Houston, Texas, on Monday, April 20, 2015. The accident took place on Fondren Road, near the intersection of Wanda Lane.
Local reports say that a Toyota passenger car drove off the road and crashed into a tree. Two people were inside at the time. Their names have not been released and there’s no information on the extent of their injuries.
Police are currently investigating the crash.
Scene of the Accident
View from the Road
Although it’s possible for an accident like this to be caused by a defective automobile, they’re very often caused by driver inattention. If that turns out to be the case here, then the driver will very likely be held responsible for his passenger’s injuries. Drivers owe their passengers a duty of care and if a passenger is injured because of a driver’s actions, the driver can be held accountable for it.
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