• February 01, 2017

Two Hurt in Accident on South Valley Mills Drive in Beverly Hills, TX

Beverly Hills, TX -- An incident involving an out of control passenger vehicle left two people with undisclosed injuries in the area of Beverly Hills, TX Tuesday, January 31, 2017.

The report claims a vehicle for reasons unknown jumped a curb, sailed through the air, and crashed through the office of a business. The car ended up on its trunk, leaning against a wall at Evans Motor Co. Officials say the vehicle was traveling at speeds over 60 miles an hour. An occupant in the office and the driver of the vehicle were both hospitalized following the incident.

The cause of the incident is unclear, but police say the driver of the vehicle may have suffered a medical issue prior to the crash.

The victims identities and current conditions have yet to be determined.

The report, owing to the immediacy of the incident, provided no further information.

map of the area


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