Camaro driver seriously hurt in downtown Houston multi-vehicle wreck

KHOU.com is reporting a driver was seriously injured late Monday March 14, 2011 in a multi-vehicle wreck in downtown Houston. The man was driving a Chevrolet Camaro westbound on Runnels at Chartres around 11:30pm when he failed to yield at a stop sign: the Camaro was then struck in the side by a pickup truck. Another pickup truck was unable to slow down quickly enough and crashed into the already wrecked vehicles. The driver of the Camaro had to be cut out of his vehicle by firefighters and was transported to hospital in serious condition.

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