Witness pulls drivers from burning cars after head on wreck on Park Row

Two drivers were pulled from their burning vehicles by a witness after a head-on collision on Park Row near Broadfield at around 2:40am on Sunday October 2, 2011 according to a Channel 11 News report. A witness reported that a Nissan Altima was weaving back and forth on Park Row when it crashed head-on into a Ford Explorer. The witness saw both vehicles burst into flames and rushed in to pull both drivers to safety. The driver of the Ford Explorer was transported to hospital to be treated for injuries and the driver of the Nissan Altima was pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators will try to determine if alcohol was factor in the crash. KHOU has video footage of the collision available here.

Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) car accidents seem to happen every single night in the Houston area and throughout Harris County.  Sadly Harris County Texas ranks among the highest counties in the nation for drunk driving fatalities and drunk driving accident injuries year after year.  Drunk driving car accidents often create even more complications for the victim than a regular car accident: insurance companies usually won’t pay a claim or provide a rental car until they speak to their insured driver and get their version of what happened. The insurance company can’t do that if their insured was charged with DWI and is in jail. Call Smith & Hassler if you have been injured by a drunk driver’s gross negligence and ask for speak to one of our personal injury attorneys right now.  Smith & Hassler aggressively pursues claims against drunk drivers.

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