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On February 12, 2012 at about 0015 hours officers with the College Station Police Department were dispatched to the 1400 block of Highway 6 for a report of a major accident involving a single vehicle. On scene officers discovered a Mazda SUV that had been involved in a rollover accident and had come to rest in the northbound lane of traffic on Highway 6. The driver was found lying in the northbound lanes of Highway 6 with incapacitating injuries and was transported to St. Joseph’s Regional Hospital for treatment.
The investigation indicated that the Mazda had been traveling east on Holleman Dr. East, approaching Highway 6 at a high rate of speed. The Mazda crossed over the southbound feeder road and the southbound lanes of Highway 6. The Mazda began to roll and came to rest in the northbound lanes of Highway 6. The driver of the Mazda was ejected during the crash.
During this investigation parts of northbound and southbound Highway 6 were temporarily closed to allow officers the ability to process the crash scene. Highway 6 is now completely open to traffic.
The driver of the Mazda was identified as Chad Wolfe, a 31 year old resident of Franklin.
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