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Woman dead after car crashes into post office in west Houston

Houston police stated the 84-year-old girl unintentionally hit the fuel as a substitute of the brakes, crashing into the entrance door of the constructing.

HOUSTON — A girl died after an SUV crashed by way of the entrance entrance of a USPS constructing in west Houston.

This occurred Wednesday shortly after 4:30 p.m. in the 2900 block of Rogerdale Road, between Westheimer Road and Richmond Avenue. 

Houston Police stated the 84-year-old girl was pulling as much as the post office when she stepped on the fuel as a substitute of the brakes, crashing into the entrance entrance of the constructing. A 58-year-old girl strolling into the post office obtained pinned beneath the SUV and later died. 

The driver was taken to the hospital with minor accidents. 

Sean Teare, with Harris County’s Vehicular Crimes Division, stated investigators are treating this crash as against the law scene however don’t count on any expenses to be filed. 

“We are going to turn over every stone,” he stated. “We are going to look at every single thing involved in this to ensure that it was exactly what it looks like, a tragic accident.”

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