• May 19, 2017

Woman Killed in Houston, TX, Car Accident on Hempstead

Houston, TX -- May 10, 2017, a woman was fatally injured following an accident where her vehicle and two others collided on Hempstead Road.

Officials from the Houston Police Department released few details concerning the fatal crash from last week. They indicated that it happened in the 14400 block of Hempstead, near the intersection of Gessner Road.

Investigators reported that a woman, whose identity wasn't released, was driving a Chevy Trailblazer along Hempstead. For reasons not made clear, the vehicle collided with a Chevy Silverado. The Silverado then collided with a Ford Fusion.

As a result of the crash, the woman sustained critical injuries. She was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment but later died. No one else was injured.

Police continue to investigate the cause of the fatal accident.

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