LC wreck injures six
LEAGUE CITY — A two-car accident in League City sent six people to area hospitals, one via air ambulance.
About 1:36 p.m. Saturday, a Chevrolet car was pulling out of the Kroger fuel station in the 2700 block of East League City Parkway when it was T-boned by a westbound Chevy Tahoe, League City police Sgt. Michael Buffington said.
After impact, the car came to rest in the median while the sport utility vehicle ended up in the eastbound lanes of the parkway, Buffington said.
The driver of the car, a 45-year-old woman, was trapped inside the vehicle and was cut out from the car by League City firefighters. She was transported by helicopter to an area hospital, the sergeant said.
The passenger in the car, a 59-year-old male, and the occupants of the SUV, an adult and three children, were transported by ground ambulance to area hospitals, Buffington said.
Traffic was tied up on the parkway until 2:43 p.m. but delays were minimal because “we were able to direct most of the people onto side streets,” Buffington said.
No citations were issued at the scene but might be handed out at a later date, Buffington said.