• May 26, 2017

2 Officers Injured in Houston, TX, Rollover Accident on Roberta

Houston, TX -- May 25, 2017, two police officers sustained injuries as the result of an accident in which their vehicle overturned during a chase.

Officials from the Houston Police Department reported that the incident occurred at around 4:30 p.m. at 5906 Roberta Lane, a neighborhood in the Humble area just west of Eastex Freeway.

According to authorities, two officers were in a police cruiser when they attempted to make a traffic stop for an unknown reason. The other vehicle began to flee, and the officers gave pursuit. During the chase, for reasons unclear, the cruiser lost control and rolled over, eventually coming to a stop on its roof. The other vehicle fled the scene.

Both officers were extracted from the vehicle and taken to a local hospital for treatment. Their injuries weren't specified.

Police have not mentioned any potential suspects at this time. They say the accident investigations is ongoing.

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