• February 02, 2017

Two Injured in Suspected DUI Accident on Aldine Westfield Rd. in Spring, TX

Spring, TX -- An alleged alcohol related incident in Spring, TX left a father and son with undisclosed injuries in the area of Spring, TX Sunday, January 29, 2017.

According to the Harris County Sheriff's Office, the incident took place about 2:45 a.m. on Aldine Westfield Rd.

It is alleged the vehicle occupied by the injured victims careened off the road, slamming into a ditch. The driver's 4-year-old son, whose identity is unknown, was taken to a nearby hospital, and was last listed in serious condition. The driver, also unidentified, was treated at a local hospital.

The cause of the incident is unclear.

Police officials claim they believe alcohol was a factor, and at the time of the report, the driver was charged with multiple offenses related to the crash.

Information regarding the crash may be forthcoming pending the investigation.

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