• January 06, 2017

1 Injured in Killeen, TX, Rollover Accident on W.S. Young

Killeen, TX -- January 2, 2017, a woman was sent to the hospital due to an accident where her vehicle rolled over after a crash on W.S. Young Drive.

Killeen emergency officials responded to the accident scene at about 4:00 p.m. It took place at the intersection of South W.S. young Drive and Little Nolan Road.

According to investigators, a pregnant woman and two other passengers were in a Toyota Rav4 traveling northbound on W.S. Young. The Toyota attempted to turn left onto Little Nolan. In doing so, it crossed paths with a southbound Nissan Maxima.

The Nissan crashed into the side of the Toyota, causing the SUV to flip over onto its side. The occupants of the Toyota were removed from the vehicle, and EMS transported the pregnant woman to a nearby hospital. Her condition was not specified. No other injuries were reported.

Authorities have not released any additional information regarding the accident.

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