• February 21, 2023

Keith Harris Injured in Vehicle Accident in Rosenberg, TX

Rosenberg, TX — September 15, 2022, Keith Harris was injured in a car accident around 1:40 p.m. on I-69 near Airport Blvd. in Rosenberg.

Crash investigators report that a Freightliner commercial truck merged into the far-right lane of I-69 where it then struck a Chevy Tahoe. The Chevy Tahoe is reported as a police vehicle that was stopped in the lane of traffic with its lights on to signal a lane closure.

I-69 was reportedly under construction and construction workers were present. Officials also say the weather was clear and sunny.

Investigators report that multiple airbags in the Tahoe were deployed, and Keith Harris, the driver of the Chevy Tahoe was reportedly injured in the collision.

It seems unlikely that in an active construction zone, a collision with the rear of an SUV should result in driver injuries. I don't see any reports explaining how this happened, and I wonder if anyone has better insight that could help.

Keith Harris Injured in Vehicle Accident in Rosenberg, TX
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