Houston, TX – Crash With Possible Fatality on I-69 at Greenbriar Dr

Jul 12, 2021 | Houston, TX Traffic Accidents

Houston, TX (July 11, 2021) – At about 8:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 11th, a potentially deadly crash took place in Houston on Southwest Freeway.

South Central police and officers from the Vehicular Crimes Division reported to the scene of an accident involving a motorcycle. Police reported that the crash may involve a fatality.

The collision occurred in the northbound lanes of Interstate Highway 69, just past the Greenbriar exit in Montrose.

Emergency medical personnel, first responders, and various other emergency services were also dispatched to the scene of the accident where they medically evaluated and treated the injured victims. 

Additional details were not immediately released.

Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Fatal Accidents in Houston

7.11 Houston, TX - Crash With Possible Fatality on I-69 at Greenbriar Dr

Texas has the highest car crash rate in the United States. This means that Texas streets and highways are exposed to some kind of vehicle collision approximately once every minute. A Texas crash victim dies about every two and a half hours, and a victim endures a severe injury every other minute.

As described by the Texas DOT, more than 19,500 severe car accidents caused injuries to about 31,000 victims and killed around 3,750 people in one recent year.

If you or a member of your family has been hurt in a Houston car accident, seeking the guidance of a Houston car crash lawyer is in your best interest. You may be entitled to significant financial compensation that can cover things like lost income, outstanding medical bills, and more. Non-economic damages such as pain and suffering and loss of consortium may also be covered depending on the circumstances of your collision. 

Reach out to the personal injury lawyers in Houston at Williams Hart & Boundas at 512-968-0051 in the event that you or someone you love has sustained injuries or lost their life in a car crash that was caused by the negligence of another person. Our law firm operates on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing unless you are awarded full and fair financial compensation for your injuries and incurred losses.

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