• May 18, 2017

Two Injured in Horizon City, TX, Car Accident on Darrington

Horizon City, TX -- May 17, 2017, two people sustained injuries following an accident in which two vehicles collided at an intersection.

According to early investigations from the Horizon City Police Department, the accident took place at around 8:00 a.m. at the crossing of Darrington Road and Alderwood Manor Drive.

Police investigators indicated that a 43-year-old woman was driving northbound on Darrington in a Cadillac. She attempted to make a left turn onto Alderwood Manor, crossing over southbound lanes. As she did so, she somehow crossed paths with an oncoming Ford Escape. This resulted in a collision.

The woman was incapacitated and required transport to a local hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries. A teenager in her vehicle also sustained injuries. The driver of the Ford was reportedly uninjured.

The exact cause of the accident was not given. No further information was given.

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