• August 24, 2022

Six Injured in Rollover Accident on East Mount Houston in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX -- January 2, 2022, six people were injured following an accident whee two vehicles crashed on East Mount Houston.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 6:25 p.m. along East Mount Houston Road at the intersection of Sheridan Road.

Harris County, TX Rollover Accident Injures 6 on East Mount Houston

According to officials, a GMC Yukon XL was traveling eastbound along Mount Houston. At Sheridan, the 60-year-old woman driving a Mazda car told police her westbound vehicle crashed with the GMC. Evidence, however, pointed to the MAzda going southbound and failing to yield at a stop sign, hitting the GMC and causing it to overturn.

Due to the crash, both drivers and four passengers in the GMC, including children, had incapacitating injuries. Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Rollover Accident on East Mount Houston in Harris County

It seems that the facts here are pretty straight-forward, but I consistently tell folks these preliminary reports shouldn't be taken at face value. Quite frankly, authorities can miss important details if they don't have the tools, time, or training to catch them. Maybe investigators here were thorough, but getting folks the help they deserve can mean taking steps independently to ensure they're getting the full story.

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