• January 25, 2017

Man Injured in Houston, TX, Single-Car Accident on Veterans Memorial

Houston, TX -- January 24, 2017, a man suffered injuries resulting from an accident in which his vehicle crashed into a tree off of Veterans Memorial.

Houston emergency response teams rushed out to the scene at around 11:00 p.m. at the intersection of Veterans Memorial Drive and West Mount Houston Road.

According to police investigations, the man was driving a pickup down Veterans Memorial when the vehicle suddenly lost control. This caused the pickup to swerve across oncoming traffic and off the roadway. Then the vehicle crashed into a tree.

Emergency services came to the scene and transported the driver to a nearby hospital in critical condition. At this time, authorities believe the accident occurred when the driver suffered some sort of medical emergency. It's unclear what portion of his condition was due to the medical episode rather than the crash itself.

No further information is currently available.

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