• September 01, 2023

Frances Adams, James Adams Killed in Car Accident in Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX — August 29, 2023, Frances Adams and James Adams were killed in a car accident at 17201 Highway 45 South in Montgomery County, TX.

Authorities indicate that on August 29, a fatal accident occurred when a three-vehicle collided in the parking garage of a hospital in Montgomery County. According to reports, the collision happened at approximately 9:30 in the morning.

Investigators say a Tesla was driving through the parking garage of a hospital when it suddenly crashed into a wall at an accelerated speed. Police say the crash caused the Tesla to hit two other vehicles parked in the garage.

Officials confirmed the Tesla driver, Frances Adams, 84, and 87-year-old passenger, James Adams, suffered severe injuries and were taken to area hospitals for medical attention. Authorities say Frances and James Adams died from their injuries at a later time.

No other injuries were reported. Detectives are continue to investigate the events that led to the crash.

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