• January 17, 2017

Two Injured in Houston, TX, Dump Truck Accident on Mykawa Road

Houston, TX -- January 13, 2017, injuries were reported following a dump truck accident that occurred when a pickup and a dump truck crashed on Mykawa.

Houston Police and emergency crews were called to the multi-vehicle accident scene at about 7:00 a.m. It took place at the intersection of Mykawa Road and Madden Lane.

Their preliminary investigations indicate that a dump truck and a pickup were traveling through the intersection at the same time. Their vehicles somehow crossed paths with one another, causing a severe collision.

The pickup was badly damaged, and rescue crews had to extricate the occupants. Afterward, two people were transported to a local hospital. Their injuries were not specified, but they appeared non-critical.

A third vehicle also crashed at the scene after it tried to evade the initial crash, causing it to swerve into a nearby ditch. No injuries were reported from that incident.

Authorities did not say what caused the crash or whether or not citations were issued. Their investigations are ongoing.

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