Houston, TX – One Killed in Crash east of Eastex Fwy near Homestead & Winfield Rds

Jun 16, 2021 | Houston, TX Traffic Accidents

Houston, TX  (June 15, 2021) – One person has lost their life after being involved in an auto accident in northeast Houston. The incident was reported to have occurred around noon on June 15, according to sources. 

Police stated that a driver lost control, left the roadway and struck a guard-rail. The impact of the crash caused the death of the driver’s sole passenger, who has not been identified at this time. 

The wreck was reported to have occurred at around 12:00 p.m. on June 15 east of the Eastex Freeway near Homestead Road and Winfield Road, according to police. 

Information concerning the incident is currently limited. Police stated that the wreck was major and continue to investigate. 

We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the family of the deceased at this time. Our thoughts are with everyone involved. 

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Houston, TX - One Killed in Crash east of Eastex Fwy near Homestead & Winfield Rds

Each year, hundreds of thousands of people sustain injuries in auto accidents in Texas. These wrecks occur so often that they seem to be a regular, accepted occurrence. However, these wrecks can greatly affect the lives of those involved in them. Victims and their families must face devastating consequences in the event of a severe car accident. Though the majority of accidents end in minor injuries, there is a percentage that does not. A percentage of accidents cause severe injuries and sometimes, even death. Especially in Texas, which is among the top three most dangerous states in the United States for drivers. 

A multitude of different injuries can happen in a serious auto collision. Some of these include spinal cord injuries, head trauma, and broken bones. Accidents of this magnitude often force victims out of work for prolonged periods in order to recover from their injuries. This can cause financial stress, especially when bills associated with the wreck are piling up. Victims may be forced to undergo expensive and extensive medical treatment, sometimes even surgery. Although we hope that victims are able to successfully recover from their injuries, over 3,600 people are killed in Texas auto accidents each and every year. 

If you or a loved one of yours has recently been injured in a Texas auto accident, hiring a personal injury attorney in Houston is in your best interest. For many years, the auto accident attorneys at Williams Hart & Boundas have been helping numerous families get the justice and compensation they deserve after being seriously injured or losing a loved one in a crash. We develop successful and aggressive strategies to deal with the insurance companies in order to ensure that you get the maximum compensation available for your injuries. To schedule your free appointment with one of our attorneys, please contact us using the link on our website or give us a call at any time at (954) 566-9919.

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