Girl hospitalized after vehicle crashes into SW Houston residence
HOUSTON, TX — A vehicle crashed into a house Wednesday in southwest Houston’s Westbury area, leaving a 12-year-old girl with a broken leg, reports Click2Houston.
Houston Fire Department officials said the wreck unfolded near Ludington Drive and Sandpiper Drive.
Preliminary details indicate the girl was at home at the time that a driver slammed into the residence and left her trapped underneath the vehicle.
After being assisted out from under the wreckage, the child was taken to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, which include a broken leg.
During questioning, the driver told authorities he had suffered a medical episode prior to the crash. No information regarding pending charges or citations has been shared,
An investigation remains in progress.
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