BEAUMONT, Texas — 4 persons were being taken to the medical center immediately after a rollover crash on I-10 Monday afternoon.
The soaked highway conditions led to the driver, Keyera Bell, losing command of 2008 Chevrolet car or truck in Jefferson County near mile marker 837 according to the Texas Department of Community Basic safety.
Bell, a 27-year-aged Beaumont resident, was taken to St. Elizabeth by health care helicopter.
A few travellers, ranging from 9 yrs old to 25 a long time old, were being also taken to St. Elizabeth by ambulance with accidents in accordance to DPS.
Troopers are continue to investigating this crash.
From a DPS information launch:
At around 2:30p.m., the Texas Division of Community Basic safety (DPS) Troopers responded to a one automobile rollover crash on Interstate 10, in the vicinity of mile marker 837, in Jefferson a County. A 2008 Chevrolet passenger car was touring westbound on Interstate 10. Thanks to moist road disorders, the driver lost manage of the motor vehicle and struck a concrete barrier. The impact triggered the car or truck to flipped various moments before leaving the roadway.The driver, 27-calendar year-old Keyera Bell of Beaumont, was flown by medical helicopter to St. Elizabeth healthcare facility with critical injuries.All three (3) travellers, ages 25 to 9 decades of age, have been transported by ambulance to St. Elizabeth medical center with unidentified accidents.This remains an active investigation as Troopers keep on to figure out the things that contributed to this crash.