7 Including 2 Pregnant Women Seriously Injured in DUI Crash on Crosby Freeway in Crosby

7 Including 2 Pregnant Women Seriously Injured in DUI Crash on Crosby Freeway in Crosby

Seven Hospitalized after Crosby Three-Vehicle Crash on Crosby Freeway
Crosby, Texas (March 2, 2019) – Seven people including two pregnant women were hospitalized after a suspected DUI crash Friday night on a Crosby freeway, according to a local news source.
The crash was reported at about 7:30 p.m. March 1, in the 18000 block of Crosby Freeway.
Deputies said a 19-year-old was driving a Ford when they ran a red light and struck an SUV. A while later the Ford was hit by a truck.
Two pregnant women in the Ford were airlifted to the hospital in serious condition.
Five other people were also taken to the hospital with serious injuries.
The 19-year-old was arrested and charged with intoxication assault.
The authorities are investigating the crash.

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