• January 03, 2017

Man Critically Injured in Accident with Patrol Car at 9700 Grant in Harris, Co., TX

Harris County, TX -- An alleged DUI collision involving a patrol car in Harris County, TX left an unidentified man in critical condition Sunday, January 1, 2017.

The report claims a man and woman were involved in what was described as a "drunken spat" just before stopping their vehicle on the side of the road. The man was walking along the roadway when, it is claimed, he was struck by a passing vehicle. The report claims that while police were investigating the first incident, a second vehicle collided with a patrol car in a failed attempt to avoid stopped traffic.

Officials claim the pedestrian struck in the initial incident was left in critical condition. There were no other injuries mentioned in the report.

Police say they believe alcohol was a factor in both incidents.

The official investigation is ongoing.


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