• March 07, 2017

Woman, Child Killed in Houston, TX, Car Accident on Tidwell

Houston, TX -- March 6, 2017, a woman and a child were killed due to an accident where two cars crashed on Tidwell Road.

The Houston Police Department responded to the two-vehicle accident scene just before 3:00 p.m. It happened near the intersection of Tidwell Road and Brock Park Boulevard.

Preliminary reports indicate that a woman in her 40s was driving a Nissan Sentra westbound along Tidwell with a child passenger. For reason unclear, the car drifted into oncoming traffic lanes where it collided head-on with an eastbound Ford F-350.

As a result of the collision, both the woman and the child died at the scene of the accident. Three children that were in the Ford were taken to Memorial Hermann with unspecified injuries. The driver of the Ford was taken to Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital. Their injuries were also unspecified.

The exact cause of the accident is currently under investigation. No further information has been reported.

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