1 killed, 4 injured in crash on TX-6 near Energy Corridor
HOUSTON, TX — One person died early Monday after a two-vehicle wreck in Houston’s west side that injured four other people, including a child, reports ABC13.
The accident occurred on the Highway 6 at Briarhills Parkway, near the city’s Energy Corridor, at about 1:51 a.m.
According to the Houston Police Department, a male driver, a woman, a teenager, and a child were traveling northbound in a Jeep when the driver veered across the median. Shortly after, the Jeep collided head-on with a silver Mercedes traveling southbound.
The driver of the Jeep died from his injuries at the scene, confirmed officials. His passengers and the driver of the Mercedes were all rushed to a local hospital with unspecified injuries.
Authorities have not disclosed a possible cause of the wreck at this time, but an investigation remains ongoing.
No charges have been reported as of this writing.
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