• January 18, 2017

Two Injured in Killeen, TX, Two-Car Accident on Fort Hood Street

Killeen, TX -- January 17, 2017, two people sustained injuries as the result of an accident in which two cars crashed on North Fort Hood Street.

Authorities from the Killeen Police Department released details on the accident that occurred just after 9:00 p.m. at the intersection of North Fort Hood Street and Veterans Memorial Boulevard.

According to the preliminary reports, two vehicles, a car and a truck, were each traveling through the intersection at the time. The direction of the vehicles was not specified. As they did so, they somehow crossed paths, causing a collision to occur. One of the vehicles rolled over as a result.

Due to the crash, the driver of the pickup and one of the occupants of the car sustained injuries that were said to be non-life-threatening. They were taken to Metroplex Hospital.

Authorities did not say what caused the accident to occur. The crash remains under investigation.

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