Four vehicles were involved in an accident around 10:00 a.m. Saturday. It happened at the intersection of William D. Fitch and the Highway 6 feeder road in College Station.
College Station Police say it happened when a Toyota Tacoma flipped after driving through the intersection and hitting an oncoming Ford F250 going the opposite direction. The Tacoma landed upside down. Two other cars stopped at the light were also hit as a result of the collision.
Authorities say eight people were involved in the accident. At least one person was taken by ambulance to the College Station Medical Center, but is believed to have suffered non-life threatening injuries.
An investigation is on-going.
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