• October 21, 2022

Huffman Man, Woman Injured in Car Accident at Greens Crossing in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- April 12, 2022, a Huffman man and a woman were injured due to an accident where two cars collided on North Sam Houston.

Investigators responded to the area of North Sam Houston Parkway and Greens Crossing Boulevard at around 3:06 p.m.

It appears that a 32-year-old Huffman man and a 43-year-old woman were in a Honda Civic traveling northbound on Greens Crossing. At Sam Houston, the vehicle crashed into the side of a car traveling eastbound.

Due to the crash, the Huffman man and his passenger sustained injuries said to be incapacitating. Police say they aren't sure who had the right-of-way at the time.

Commentary on Huffman Man Car Accident at Greens Crossing in Houston

Huffman Man, Woman Injured in Car Accident at Greens Crossing in Houston, TX

It's not exactly unusual for authorities not to immediately say who was at fault for a crash. When they never make that determination, however, it can be a concerning sign they missed something important. Not even that long ago, a driver contacted us with similar details, and it didn't take us long to find a nearby security camera at a business that caught the whole thing on video. There are all kinds of mistakes authorities can make. I can't help wondering if this incident ever got the proper attention to clear up what exactly happened.


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