HOUSTON – The accident came in 3’s – it was a 3-vehicle accident which sent 3 people in the hospital. It three-vehicle mishap happened on 1960 F.M. 1960 at the north of Harris County three victims to the local hospital.

An eyewitness told authorities that a Tahoe Chevrolet was heading west along 1960 F.M. running at a rate of 80 miles per hour.

Due to the speed, the driver was unable to stop when the SUV approached a red light; the errant driver later told the police that the vehicle could not be stopped.  The Chevrolet crashed into a Cadillac then it spun into its side. The Cadillac in turn slammed against the rear of another car.

Two passengers in the Cadillac were delivered to a local hospital. Police said that the driver of the SUV was trapped inside the vehicle was extricated by emergency grew and pulled out from the roof. The operator was airlifted by an air ambulance to an area hospital.

Authorities are conducting an investigation and have not yet announced which charges will be filed against the person responsible for the crash.

Still on the same date, another three-vehicle accident took place in north Harris County which resulted to one fatality and injuries to several persons.

It incident transpired at 7:15 o’clock in the evening at 1960 FM 1960 along Millstone. Up to the present, no clear explanation had been given about the crash.

Although detectives stated that one victim died at the scene and several injured were delivered to the Northwest Medical center f Houston.

Still in Houston, police are on the lookout for a hit-and-run driver who run over a pedestrian along the highway and fled from the site. The driver ran off without helping his victim as mandated.

Deputies in the Office of the County Sheriff reported that at around 1:00 o’clock in the morning, the victim was about to cross the highway in the vicinity of Addicks Satsuma when he was hit by a two-door vehicle.

Before the emergency crew came, bystanders performed CPR as the victim was in life-threatening condition.

Witnesses were able to give authorities a description of the errant car which was a late ’80 model of either a Celica Toyota or Coupe Supra of a silver shade. It can be easily recognized as its front right end was damaged by the crash.

On January 28 at Houston, the police were looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a man in the east side of Houston.

The mishap took place at about 5:30 in the morning. Due to , traffic was closed on 1-10 eastbound feeder road at Uvalde while police were undertaking investigation.

A witness who was on his way to a drive-thru at a Whataburger noticed the victim walking erratically at the grass side of the roadway. He thought that the stumbling man must have been intoxicated.

After a while, as the witness was preparing to pullout from the driveway, he saw the man unconscious in the middle of the feeder road. He was about to place his car on the road so the man will not be run-over but he was quite late as a white run over the man and dragged him away a  few feet away..

The police surmised hat this was the second time the unconscious man was hit by a vehicle.

Authorities are sure that there were two vehicles involved and both drivers hit and run. The police is requesting any witness ho can add information to the accident to come forward.

According to the police, the victim is a male either in his late 20’s or early 30’s who died at the scene. The white car was seen speeding towards 1-10.

Officers found debris along the way and they believed that it came from the first vehicle that hit the victim. The car can easily be identified by a left damage in the front.

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