1 Houston Man Dead After Running Red Light in Houston
One person is dead after a fiery and tragic crash in Houston, Texas.
Monday night, a sedan was speeding when it took a red light. As the sedan sped into an intersection it collided with a Jeep. The driver in the Jeep was making a turn at the intersection when the sedan took off in front of it.
The two vehicles crashed together so intensely, it caused the sedan to run into a median. "The force of the impact, because of the excessive speed of the vehicle, caused it to catch on fire," said Houston Police Department Sgt. David Rose.
The driver of the Jeep waited for the police to arrive, however, the man inside the sedan passed away from the wreck. According to Sgt. Rose, police do not believe the driver of the Jeep is at fault.
ANOTHER STARTLING VEHICLE FIRE
STARTLING TEST DRIVE
A man and woman in Lufkin, Texas were ready to test drive a vehicle they were interested in buying. The pair got the keys to a ford sedan to start their test drive. As they began driving around town they noticed something peculiar.
Coming out of the air vents was something like resembled smoke. Startled, they begin to pull over when suddenly, the vehicle caught fire.
ENGULFED IN FLAMES
Quickly, they parked the vehicle in a nearby parking lot and soon, the car was completely engulfed in flames. The man and woman were able to safely escape the flames and called the police and emergency response.