• February 17, 2017

4 Injured in Tyler, TX, Two-Car Accident on S Broadway Avenue

Tyler, TX -- February 14, 2017, four people sustained injuries as the result of an accident in which two vehicles crashed on South Broadway Avenue.

The Tyler Police Department responded to the accident scene in the late hours of Tuesday at the intersection of South Broadway Avenue and Amherst Street.

Their preliminary reports indicate that the accident happened after one of the vehicles involved drifted out of its lane and crossed paths with the other vehicle. The two cars crashed into each other.

As a result of the collision, four people were taken from the scene to be treated at a local hospital. It's unclear how severe the injuries were or who came from which vehicle.

Police have not reported any charges or citations relating to the crash at this time. Investigations are ongoing.

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