Two Injured in Waco Car Accident on Valley Mills Drive

A multi-vehicle accident in Waco that caused one SUV to overturn sent at least two people to the hospital on Thursday afternoon, police said.

According to officials, the brakes on one of the vehicles appeared to have failed, sparking the initial collision. As a result of the impact, the SUV that was struck by the vehicle with failed brakes, overturned; pinning the driver inside the vehicle.

The accident occurred at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Valley Mills Drive near the intersection of Sanger Avenue.

One other person was injured as a result of the Waco car accident. Police had to use the jaws-of-life to free the driver in the second SUV that was struck by the first vehicle. One victim was transported to the hospital with injuries while officials said the second victim was transported by a private vehicle for the treatment of injuries suffered in the car crash in Central Texas.

Police have not yet released the names of those involved or the extent of their injuries.

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