EMS crews respond to major collision on Enoch in SW Houston
HOUSTON, TX — Authorities were dispatched to a vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon in southwest Houston’s Astrodome area, according to the City of Houston Active Incidents page.
The wreck was reported in the 2300 block of Enoch, near the intersection with Ameda Road. Houston Police, Houston Fire Department crews, and EMS personnel all responded to the scene shortly before 2:00 p.m.
Very few details have been disclosed, but dispatchers listed the incident as a “major” crash that resulted in an “EMS event.”
It was unclear how many people were injured and how badly, but no fatalities were immediately reported.
This blog will be updated to include any new information as it is made public.
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