2 airlifted to hospital after multi-vehicle crash in Katy

Multi-vehicle crash in Katy sends two to the hospital via helicopter (Copyright 2024 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)

KATY, Texas – Two people are recovering in the hospital overnight Monday after a multi-vehicle crash in Katy.

It happened a little before 12:45 a.m. on Grand Parkway just south of Highland Knolls. That’s where the Fort Bend County Fire Department says it was called with several agencies to respond to the crash, where two people were found, 1 of whom was pinned inside a car.

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After extricating the crash victim, both individuals were airlifted (separately) to a hospital downtown. It’s unclear how the crash occurred and if the victims taken to the hospital were in the same vehicle or different ones. We’re also told by a sergeant with the Fort Bend Co. Sheriff’s Office at the scene that one may have suffered life-threatening injuries.

No additional details have been shared, as of this writing, but an investigation remains underway.

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