• January 27, 2017

Two Injured in Houston, TX, Single-Vehicle Accident at Halls Bayou

Houston, TX -- January 27, 2017, two people were injured following an accident in which their vehicle went off-road and crashed by Halls Bayou.

According to preliminary police investigations, the accident happened at around midnight at the intersection of West Mount Houston Road and Sweetwater Lane.

Houston PD officials state that a 29-year-old and 21-year-old, both males, were in a vehicle traveling down West Mount Houston. They attempted to turn onto Sweetwater when, reports say, they "became confused about where the road was in the dark."

The vehicle went off-road toward Halls Bayou, and the driver attempted to re-enter the roadway. The vehicle then collided into a concrete barrier.

The 29-year-old sustained serious injuries while the 21-year-old had non-life-threatening injuries. They were both taken to a nearby hospital.

Authorities reported that alcohol was not a factor in the crash. No charges or citations were issued. At this time, no further details have been reported.

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