One person was killed and three other people were injured in three separate vehicle accidents in the Houston area.
The first accident took place around 10 p.m. Tuesday on the 610 West Loop near the Southwest Freeway exit ramp. Houston police found a sport utility vehicle rolled over on its side.
The driver and a passenger were traveling southbound on the West Loop when another vehicle cut them off, which caused the driver to swerve the SUV and it crashed into a concrete wall.
The SUV flipped over and landed on its side.
The driver and passenger were taken to Ben Taub General Hospital in stable condition. The driver of the other vehicle never stopped.
The accident caused traffic delays on the West Loop and frontage road for almost 30 minutes.
The second accident took place almost two hours later around 12 a.m. Wednesday on State Highway 288, the South Freeway, near the 610 South Loop.
A driver was traveling northbound on the South Freeway main lanes when the driver lost control of the vehicle and swerved it across the lanes before landing in a grassy embankment. The vehicle struck multiple trees and rolled over several times.
The driver was taken to Ben Taub General Hospital in serious but stable condition.
Houston police say the driver appeared to not pay attention to where the freeway curved beneath the South Loop ramp.
The third accident took place around 1:25 a.m. Wednesday on Barker Cypress Road near Saums Road.
The female driver of a Mitsubishi Montero was traveling northbound on Barker Cypress Road at a high rate of speed when Houston police say she lost control of the vehicle.
The Montero struck a curb which caused it to veer off the road and it struck several trees. The driver was thrown from the vehicle and died.
The body of the driver was taken to the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences to determine her identity and whether or not she was intoxicated.