• February 20, 2017

Alyssa Mills Killed, Denise Tolbert Injured in Montgomery County, TX, Accident

Montgomery County, TX -- February 14, 2017, Alyssa Mills was killed, Denise Tolbert injured, following an accident where their vehicles crashed head-on.

Texas DPS and Montgomery County Sheriff's Department officials were called to the intersection of FM 1488 and I-45 at around 2:00 p.m.

According to their preliminary investigations, 21-year-old Mills was traveling westbound along FM 1488 in a Ford Fiesta. In the opposite lanes 61-year-old Tolbert was traveling westbound in a GMC Yukon. For reasons unclear, the two vehicles crossed paths with each other, and the two cars crashed head-on.

Due to the severity of the crash, Mills was critically injured. She was rushed to Memorial Hermann Hospital in The Woodlands. She later died from her injuries. Tolbert was also taken to Memorial Hermann. Her condition was said to be stable.

At this time, authorities have not determined the exact cause of the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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