• October 18, 2022

Elizabeth Bates, Christian Martinez Injured in Car Accident in Fort Bend County, TX

Fort Bend County, TX -- October 1, 2022, Elizabeth Bates and Christian Martinez were injured due to an accident where their cars crashed.

Preliminary details indicate that the crash took place at around 7:00 a.m. along FM 762 in the area of Circle Oak Parkway.

Elizabeth Bates, Christian Martinez Injured in Car Accident in Fort Bend County, TX

Investigators said that 33-year-old Christian Matthew Martinez was in a Buick Enclave traveling northbound and 58-year-old Elizabeth Bates was in a Buick Enclave traveling southbound. Police say that Bates attempted to make a left turn onto Circle Oak when the Enclave may have gone through a red light, hitting Bates's vehicle.

Due to the crash, both Bates and Martinez were said to have incapacitating injuries. Right now, the cause of the crash cannot be confirmed.

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