Houston 16 year-old driver crashed SUV into southwest Houston home critically himself and killing the teenage passenger.
Texas SUV accident news-Houston Police Department investigates passenger death in teenage driver SUV accident.
Houston, TX–A teenage driver of an SUV slammed into a southwest Houston home around 2:10 a.m. on Tuesday and landed in the living room of the private residence which backs up onto Harwin near Boone. As reported by the Houston Chronicle, the rear-end of the home, where the front door faces the 11000 block of Willwood, was slammed into in the middle of night by the teenage SUV driver. Houston Police Department investigators confirmed the passenger of the SUV died and was pronounced at the scene of the SUV accident.
The driver was transported by Texas emergency medical services personnel (EMS) to the hospital for treatment of his injuries. Apparently the young driver may have been driving eastbound on Harwin near Boone at excessive speeds when he lost control of the motor vehicle. The SUV went through a fence, hit a tree, and spun through a sliding glass patio door and into the living room where one of three sons was sitting on the sofa. The family of five were reportedly uninjured when the SUV crashed into their home.
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