Houston, TX (December 13, 2020) – First responders in Houston were called to assist at the scene of an injury accident that took place in the early morning hours this morning, December 13. Factors contributing to the cause of the accident have not been determined at this time, as an investigation is currently underway.
According to the incident report provided by police, the crash happened at 2701 Montrose Boulevard at approximately 5:12 a.m. The accident was deemed major, causing serious injuries to those involved and extensive delays due to closures on the roadway.
Information concerning the magnitude of the injuries suffered in the accident has not been reported at the current time. No one involved has been publicly identified, and the total number of involved parties has not been released.
Very few details are currently available to the public concerning the cause and circumstances of this accident. A police investigation is currently underway.
The area of Montrose where the wreck happened was closed while first responders were at the crash scene. Local travelers were asked to avoid the area where the wreck took place or use extreme caution when steering clear.
No other information has been released at this time.
We would like to offer our sincere thoughts to those who were involved and injured in this traffic accident in Houston.
Houston Auto Accidents
Car accidents in Houston and across the state of Texas happen thousands of times per year, causing injuries to thousands of people and taking the lives of thousands more. In 2018, one person lost their life every two hours and 24 minutes in Texas due to a Texas car accident. One person sustained injuries approximately every two minutes and seven seconds, and a reportable accident took place every 58 seconds.
Being injured in an accident in Texas can be a nerve-wracking and painful experience. You may be faced with debilitating pain and suffering depending on the circumstances of your accident. In the event that you are under the impression that your crash was caused by the negligence of another person, contacting a Houston personal injury attorney may be your best bet in order to receive full and fair financial compensation.
Financial compensation in a negligently caused car accident can be collected for economic and non-economic damages such as medical bills, funeral costs, pain and suffering, and loss of consortium, among others. If you or someone you love has been injured in a crash in Texas, contact the law office of Williams Hart & Boundas in order to be connected with a reputable and skilled car accident attorney in Houston. An attorney will be able to inform you of your legal right toward the collection of just financial compensation to cover any damages that you may have dealt with due to your recent crash. Call our law firm at 713-999-6945 as soon as possible in order to inquire about collecting financial compensation for your injuries and losses.
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Disclaimer: We write these posts with the intention of providing general information about driving safety with the hope that people will slow down and use an abundance of caution when operating a motor vehicle and avoid being seriously injured in an accident. If you are in an accident, we want to make sure that you know how to react appropriately. This post is not intended to be deemed as legal or medical advice of any kind. The picture used in this post was not taken at the actual accident scene.