• October 31, 2022

Two Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Taylorcrest in Bunker Hill Village, TX

Bunker Hill Village, TX -- October 29, 2022, two people were injured after an accident where their vehicle crashed along Taylorcrest Road.

Investigators said they were called to the Bunker Hill Village area west of Houston in Harris County. It happened at around 1:00 a.m. along Taylorcrest Road.

Bunker Hill Village, TX Single-Vehicle Accident Injures 2 on Taylorcrest Rd.

The cause of the crash remains unclear at this time. It appears that a minivan was traveling on Taylorcrest when it somehow ran off-road and crashed along a fence line.

Two people were trapped in the vehicle. EMS rescued them and transported them from the scene with injuries said to be serious. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Single-Vehicle Accident on Taylorcrest in Bunker Hill Village

With an early morning single-vehicle wreck, folks are generally quick to blame the drivers. That's especially true in Harris County where there are serious concerns of local alcohol providers over-serving drivers to the point they cause accidents. With that said,there are plenty of other possible causes which need attention. Even if something seems unlikely, it's important to have the whole story before jumping to any conclusions. Are those steps being taken here?

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