Houston, TX – One Injured After Car Slams into Brays Bayou

Aug 16, 2021 | Houston, TX Traffic Accidents

Houston, TX (August 16, 2021) – Three people were involved in a crash in southwest Houston on the morning of Monday, August 16. The wreck occurred when a vehicle crashed into Brays Bayou for reasons still under police investigation. 

According to information from Houston officials, all three victims were able to exit the car on their own, which was seen upside down in the water after the incident. Police stated that two of the three were uninjured and that the third suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries that required attention from medical professionals. 

The victim was transported from the scene to an area hospital for treatment. No one involved has been identified to the public at this time. 

Witnesses told authorities that the vehicle was spotted speeding down Bellaire Boulevard before the driver turned north onto Wilcrest. That’s when the vehicle lost control, drove through a parking lot and into the bayou. 

A dive team searched the bayou to ensure that no other victims were submerged in the water. Police are working to determine why the vehicle was traveling so fast along Bellaire Boulevard. 

Nothing further has been reported at this time.

Our thoughts are with those involved. We hope for their full recovery. 

Car Wrecks in Houston

Houston, TX - Three Injured in Auto Accident After Car Crashes into Brays Bayou

More than 450,000 traffic accidents take place in Texas annually. Being injured in a Houston car accident can be a very difficult and overwhelming time for those victimized in these incidents. Not only may you be suffering from serious and sometimes debilitating pain, you may also be wondering how you’re going to cover all of the expenses associated with your crash and the injuries that followed. The question may be lingering in your mind: How will I move forward from this? On top of all of this, those who sustain injuries in serious accidents may experience emotional turmoil depending on the nature and severity of the crash itself. Luckily, those injured by another’s negligence are able to collect financial compensation that is able to cover things like medical bills, mental health bills, vehicle repair costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. 

The population in the city of Houston is extremely high being the fourth-largest city in the US and the largest in Texas. This directly affects the injurious and fatal crash rate, making it higher than nearly any other city in the United States. Thousands of accidents in Texas take place in Houston alone. Thousands of injuries result from these wrecks, and sadly, thousands of deaths. On average, more than 3,500 people are killed in Houston auto accidents annually. 

The lawyers at Williams Hart & Boundas are here to help you through the difficult aftermath of your Texas car accident. We will assist you with insurance negotiations, filling out paperwork, and more. We are well aware that insurance companies often attempt to take advantage of uninformed crash victims, which is why we have made it our personal and professional duty to help those who may find themselves in such a predicament.

Call our law firm today in order to inquire about your qualification for financial compensation. Depending on the severity of your accident and the injuries that resulted from it, you may be entitled to collect financial compensation. Compensation can cover many of the associated costs of your wreck. If you’ve been forced to stay home from work due to your injuries, compensation may be able to cover lost wages. 

Facing an issue of this magnitude on your own is out of the question when you work alongside a skilled and experienced attorney. Call the car accident attorneys in Houston at Williams Hart & Boundas today at 713-999-6945 as soon as possible in order to inquire about collecting financial compensation for your injuries and losses. No one deserves to suffer through a situation of this magnitude without professional assistance. Call us at your earliest convenience to discuss how you can collect financial compensation for your injuries and incurred losses. 

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