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Woman dies after multi-vehicle crash on Galveston Rd in SE Houston

HOUSTON, TX — A 33-year-old woman died last Friday morning, June 23, after her vehicle collided with two other cars in southeast Houston’s Park Place area, according to the Houston Police Department.

The HPD’s Vehicular Crimes Division said the events unfolded in the 4100 block of Galveston Road at around 6:45 a.m.

A preliminary investigation found that the woman was driving a red Toyota Camry southbound behind a black Ford Escape when the Toyota hit the back left side of the Ford. The impact caused the Toyota to overturn and collide with a white BMW X3 heading northbound.

The driver of the Toyota was pronounced deceased at the scene by responding paramedics with the Houston Fire Department.

An undisclosed number of occupants from the BMW were taken to an area hospital with injuries considered non-life-threatening. No injuries to the driver of the Ford were reported.

No other details have been made available at this time. Authorities continue to investigate.

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