Just after 7 pm North Montgomery County Fire was dispatched to a reported major accident in which a truck landed on top of a vehicle. Units arrived on the scene and immediately started calling for additional ambulances. Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office held the scene for DPS to arrive and investigate the crash. A female driver was traveling east on SH 105. As she approached the intersection she went into the center lane to turn into the gas station parking lot. In front of her, still in the eastbound moving lanes of traffic were three other vehicles and an oversize load with an escort. It is unknown if she turned left, unable to see westbound traffic. As she made her turn a westbound Dodge Ram pickup slammed into the passenger side of the Nissan Elantra. This caused the Nissan to spin and caused the Dodge truck to land on top of it. When firefighters arrived all the victims had gotten out of the vehicles. There were three occupants in the Nissan. All were transported to the hospital. One of those in critical condition. The driver of the Dodge suffered minor injuries but refused transport. His passenger was transported to the hospital in stable condition. A dog in the Dodge was uninjured. Adamiks Wrecker removed the Dodge truck from the scene. Barsch removed the Nissan from the scene. DPS was able to view security camera video from a business and was able to watch the entire crash.
HARRIS COUNTY, Texas (KTRK) — A driver was hit and killed after the person’s car stalled on the South Sam Houston Parkway eastbound at US-90A on Wednesday night.
At about 9:20 p.m., a silver Altima stalled out in a moving lane of traffic was hit by the driver of a dually pickup truck that was coming over the incline, said Harris County Constable Precinct 7.
The Altima’s driver, who was still inside the vehicle, died.
Authorities planned to do a field sobriety test to determine if the truck’s driver was intoxicated.
At 2:45 pm Monday DPS was dispatched to a crash on Mt. Plesant Road just north of FM 1097 in Montgomery. An MCHD District Chief was first to arrive on the scene and found the driver of one of the vehicles deceased. The other driver was uninjured. According to DPS, the 1997 Honda Accord was traveling at a high rate of speed going north on Lake Mt. Plesant. As the driver entered a curve a few miles north of FM 1097 he went into a side skid. That skid took him across the southbound lanes of the narrow roadway. A Toyota Tundra pickup was traveling south and was unable to avoid the collision. The Toyota slammed into the passenger side of the Honda. The driver of the Toyota pickup was uninjured. Mt. Plesant Road was closed for over 3-hours as DPS investigated the crash. The impact drove the Honda through the fence of a horse ranch at that location. The call originally came in as two-vehicles racing. However, DPS investigators are not sure if that was the case but say just the Honda Accord involved in the fatal was driving too fast for the conditions. A resident down the street was out getting his mail at the time of the crash. He said the Honda was northbound at a high rate of speed either chasing or racing a blue Mustang with a white stripe. Eickenhorst Funeral Directors removed the 62-year-old male from the scene. The road reopened at 6 pm.
A southbound 18-wheeler loaded with bottled drinks ran off I-45 southbound at the 125-mile marker Saturday evening. The truck left the road and slammed into a pine tree. The driver was transported by Air Medical in critical condition. At 9 pm crews remain on the scene for cleanup. Traffic southbound is extremely heavy and is backed up for miles.
To avoid the traffic exit FM 2989 and turn right to US 75. Then left and travel south about 12 miles to FM 1696. Turn left and travel back to the freeway.
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Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Troopers are investigating a three-vehicle fatality crash on Farm-to-Market 1488, east of Magnolia.
The preliminary crash investigation indicates on Thursday, March 2, 2023, at approximately 6:31 p.m., a 2021 Honda Pilot was traveling south on Community Road. A 2007 General Motors (GMC) C1500 was traveling west on Farm-to-Market 1488 in the left lane. A 2015 Infiniti QX6 was traveling east on Farm-to-Market 1488 in the center turn lane, preparing to turn left onto Community Road. The driver of the Honda disregarded the stop sign, causing a collision with both the GMC and Infiniti.
TOMBALL, Texas (KTRK) — A 15-year-old with special needs was hit and killed while crossing a roadway in Tomball, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.
At about 5:30 a.m., Sheriff Ed Gonzalez tweeted that units were arriving at the deadly crash at 11400 Spring Cypress.
The teenager had left the house Sunday night, and deputies said his parents had been looking for him.
AMARILLO, Texas (KVII) — Two people are dead after a fiery crash on I-40 near Vega.
The crash involving two big rigs and a pickup truck happened around 7:30 a.m. at mile marker 29.
One of the big rigs caught on fire.
HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — A Houston man who became old enough to drink less than two weeks ago is accused driving while intoxicated and fatally hitting a man who was putting gas in his car on the Katy Freeway.
Marco Antonio Juarez, 21, is charged with intoxication manslaughter.
The video above is from a previous report.
According to Houston police, a black Chrysler 300 and another vehicle were parked on the right shoulder in the 9900 block of the I-10 Katy Freeway, near Memorial City Mall, around 3:40 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18.