Chaos struck early Sunday when a man's life ended abruptly in a car crash, authorities say. The violent collision occurred at the intersection of 4300 North Eldridge Parkway and Clay Road at approximately 1:40 a.m. Houston police are still piecing together the details of the horrific incident that left another two hospital-bound, according to the City of Houston news release.
The victim, a 26-year-old man whose name has not been released pending notification of kin, was behind the wheel of a silver Nissan Sentra. He reportedly blew through a red light, smashing into a white Ford F-150. The Houston Police Department's Vehicular Crimes Division, inclusive of Sergeant Y. Ramirez and Officer J. Trevino, relayed this account of events via a statement posted by the City of Houston.
First responders rushed to the scene where the Sentra's driver had sustained severe injuries. Efforts to save him ensued as he was transported to Memorial Hermann - Texas Medical Center, where, despite the best efforts of medical staff, he was pronounced dead.
The occupants of the Ford, a 43-year-old driver and a 20-year-old female passenger, also suffered injuries in the collision. They were taken to a hospital, where their conditions were stable, authorities informed.