Houston — Houston Officer Transporting Woman And 2 Juveniles Crashes With Another Vehicle
Posted on Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 at 4:56 am by Williams Hart
At around 10 p.m. on Tuesday, February 5, 2019, a Houston police officer was involved in a crash off Highway 290 and 34th Street while he was transporting two juveniles and an adult female.
According to initial reports, the driver of a red car was heading westbound on 34th Street when somehow that driver crashed into the patrol car.
The female juvenile suffered an injury to her mouth while the driver of the red car had minor injuries on his arm. The officer, on the other hand, was unharmed.
Investigators are still trying to determine who was at fault in this crash.
It is great to hear that no one was seriously hurt in this accident. Unfortunately, there are others who are not as lucky. Vehicular accidents like this are awfully common nowadays. In a statistics provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), car accidents occur almost every minute of every day, and for every 16 minutes, someone dies from a car accident. This can be translated to about 6 million car accidents every year and about 37,000 people dying from them.
Vehicular accidents are quite difficult to the victims and their respective families. Thankfully, there are lawyers that specialize in vehicular accidents, so if you are a victim of this kind of accident, or you know someone who is, or you lost a loved one because of this, then please never hesitate to ask for help from these lawyers. They will help you in protecting your rights and in getting you the justice that you deserve.
If someone you love was seriously hurt or killed in an accident, you may be unsure of where to turn. The attorneys of Williams Hart have experience helping people through the aftermath of catastrophic accidents, and we can help you too. Contact our law firm at (800) 220-9341 to speak with an experienced lawyer today.
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