Tomball, TX — A deadly two-car accident along Spring Cypress Road in Tomball on Monday (November 18, 2013) left one woman dead and another two people injured. Police said that Velma Villarreal was killed when her Toyota was hit by an oncoming Land Rover on Spring Cypress Road, leaving that driver injured.
Villarreal was driving east on Spring Cypress at about 2:30 p.m. on Monday when she tried to make a left turn into a private driveway and was hit by a westbound Land Rover.
The collision killed her at the scene and took her passenger in the Toyota to a local hospital via helicopter. The driver of the Land Rover was also injured and they were taken to a hospital as well. Their conditions and names weren’t released as of Tuesday.
Scene of the Accident
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