• January 25, 2017

3 Injured in Crandall, TX, Head-on Car Accident on FM 148

Crandall, TX -- January 23, 2017, three people were injured as the result of an accident where two cars crashed head-on along FM 148.

According to reports released by the Crandall Police Department, the two-vehicle collision took place along FM 148 near the intersection of Fall Brook Drive.

At approximately 2:30 p.m., two passenger cars were traveling in opposite directions down the two lane roadway. For reasons yet to be specified, their vehicles crossed paths, causing the cars to crash head-on with each other. The collision caused one of the vehicles to pop up onto a guardrail, and the other car burst into flames.

All occupants of the vehicles were able to leave their cars before the fire spread. At least three people were taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. All injuries were said to be non-life-threatening.

Authorities did not report any citations or charges relating to the crash. Crandall and Kaufman County authorities continue their investigations.

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