• February 27, 2017

Teens Killed in Houston, TX, Single-Vehicle Accident on Bissonnet

Houston, TX -- February 27, 2017, two teenagers were killed as the result of an accident where their vehicle crashed into a tree off of Bissonnet Street.

The Houston Police Department was called out to the intersection of Bissonnet Street and Eldridge Parkway South around 1:30 a.m.

According to preliminary investigations, two males, said to be in their teens, had been traveling down Bissonnet in a single vehicle. Authorities say that for reasons not yet clear, the vehicle lost control and veered off the road. As a result, it crashed head-on into a tree.

The passenger of the vehicle died at the scene while the driver was transported to a nearby hospital. He later died as well.

Police have not yet determined what factors contributed to the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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