Woman, Girl Ejected From Fiery Crash In Southwest Houston, Police Say

HOUSTON – A woman and a girl are in critical condition after being ejected from a vehicle during a fiery crash in southwest Houston late Sunday.

This happened just before midnight at the intersection or S. Main and Willowbend Boulevard.

When Houston Police arrived at the scene, they found the woman and child had been ejected from the truck which was on fire.

The two were transported to a local hospital in critical condition.

Police said they are still investigating the cause of the crash.

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