Six people have been left injured after an accident in northwest Harris County late Friday. One of the injured had to be airlifted to an area hospital.
According to authorities, the accident occurred at approximately 11:20 p.m. when two cars collided in the 1800 block of W. Mount Houston near State Highway 249.
The vehicles involved were a silver Honda that had been traveling eastbound at a high rate of speed toward 249, also known as Tomball Parkway which struck a maroon Mazda after it ran a red light at Ella Boulevard according to Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Musil.
The Mazda had been making a left turn into a gas station parking lot when it was broadsided by the Honda.
There were five occupants of the Honda. The driver and a 4-year-old were transported by emergency crews to an area hospital. Two additional female members were transported to the hospital for treatment by a family member’s vehicle while a passenger in the front seat was uninjured in the accident.
The driver and a passenger in the Mazda were both transported to local hospitals. One was airlifted and the other was taken by ambulance.
The crash is still currently under investigation and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office said that charges in the crash are pending.
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