• November 10, 2023

Fulshear Woman Injured in Car Accident on Harlem Road in Fort Bend County, TX

Fort Bend County, TX — October 25, 2023, a Fulshear woman was injured due to a car accident that happened just before midnight along Harlem Road.

Authorities said in their statements that the crash took place near the intersection of Harlem Road and Harvest Home Drive.

Fulshear Woman Injured in Car Accident on Harlem Road in Fort Bend County, TX

According to officials, a 28-year-old Fulshear woman was in an Acura going southbound on Harlem. The vehicle reportedly went off the side of the road where it crash into two culverts. As a result of the accident, the Fulshear woman had incapacitating injuries.

In their statements, authorities claim the driver admitted to drinking "a lot" of alcohol prior to the crash, but the details have yet to confirm this. If it's true, then I'm curious if the driver also mentioned where she got that alcohol and if authorities are investigating them, too. If they served the driver "a lot" of alcohol, then it may have been enough that they broke the law and contributed to the victim's injuries. But until there's clearer evidence about what happened here, that all remains to be seen.

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