Houston, TX — Police in Houston said that a woman was killed on Tuesday afternoon, October 8, 2013 after a two-vehicle collision. The accident happened at FM 1960 near the East Hardy Toll Road when a pickup truck and a smaller car were in a head-on wreck.
The details from the initial reports were unclear, but it was confirmed that a woman from the car was killed and another woman in the car was airlifted to a nearby hospital in unknown condition.
The pickup truck carried four men and police allegedly said that they appeared to be on a landscaping crew, the Channel 2 News stated. They were also hospitalized in unknown condition. More details are being released soon.
Scene of the Accident
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