• March 10, 2017

Man Injured in Houston, TX, Work Convoy Accident on I-45

Houston, TX -- March 9, 2017, a man sustained injuries as the result of an accident where he crashed with a work convoy on the North Freeway.

The Houston Police Department responded to the accident scene at around 3:00 a.m. along the southbound lanes of I-45. The crash happened near the intersection of West Road.

According to preliminary investigations, a road crew was doing work along the side of the interstate with a line of vehicles. For reasons yet to be determined, a southbound GMC pickup failed to avoid the crew and crashed into the back of the convoy.

None of the workers were injured, but the driver of the pickup sustained unspecified injuries. He was taken to a hospital in stable condition.

Houston Police investigators say they are trying to determine of alcohol was a factor in the crash. No further details are currently available.

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