One Dead, Two Injured In Northeast Harris County
A recent story appearing in the Houston Chronicle website reported one man had been killed with another two people injured in an accident in Northeast Harris County.
According to a spokesperson for the Harris County Sheriff’s Department, the two-vehicle crash happened on Wednesday, January 9th at approximately 4:20 p.m. near FM 2100 and Fairway Crossing Drive.
The driver of a Jeep Patriot, David Moser, had been traveling westbound on Fairway Crossing, toward the intersection at FM 2100. Moser stopped his vehicle at the stop sign at the intersection and then initiated a left turn. His vehicle crossed directly into the path of a Jeep Wrangler which had been traveling Northbound on FM2100. The Wrangler struck Moser’s Jeep.
Harris County deputies were called to the scene of the crash. They pronounced, David Moser, 80, dead at the scene. Investigators say that he died as a result of the injuries he sustained in the crash.
Two juveniles had been traveling in the Jeep Wrangler. They were rushed to area hospitals for treatment. Authorities have not released their identities or current condition.
Investigators have determined that the driver of the Jeep Wrangler did have the right of way. Moser, who was turning on to the highway from Fairway Crossing, had a stop sign and was the at-fault driver in the crash. No further information has been released at this time.