Four teenagers hurt when Porsche rolls over in Fort Bend County
Posted on Sunday, November 1st, 2020 at 8:01 pm
CINCO RANCH, TX (FORT BEND COUNTY) – Four teenagers aged 16 to 19 were injured when a Porsche crashed in Fort Bend County on Halloween night, according to a tweet by the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office and ABC 13 News.
Major Crash: Commercial Center Blvd just south of Cinco Ranch Blvd. Teen lost control of a Porsche. 2 teens by Life Flight. 2 others by ground. Lt. Skelton POC on scene for media. pic.twitter.com/uYsjJrWFkj
— FBCSO Texas (@FBCSO) November 1, 2020
The accident occurred at about 8 p.m. west of Houston, near the La Centerra shopping mall located at the intersection of Commercial Center Blvd and Cinco Ranch Blvd.
The teenage driver of a Porsche was believed to have been speeding while under the influence when the driver struck a curb and lost control of the vehicle, which then rolled over an unspecified number of times.
One of the teenagers was ejected during the collision, while a second was trapped and had to be extracted from the wreckage by emergency personnel.
Two of the teenage victims were airlifted to the hospital with injuries that likely were considered serious.
Another two of the teenagers were taken in for treatment by ground ambulance.
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