Slick roads are believed to have been the cause of an accident that sent two people to the hospital in Bryan, Sunday afternoon.
A woman and her son were traveling down East 29th Street towards College Station, when the driver lost control of her vehicle near Rosemary Drive. The vehicle left the roadway, hit a tree and then spun into a wooded area.
The injuries of the child were not life threatening. The woman's injuries remain unknown. The accident occurred just after 4 p.m., Sunday. Both occupants were taken to a local hospital.
A good samaritan stopped to help and told News 3, the SUV was smoking after the crash and she was worried that the car might catch on fire. Bryan Police, Fire and Rescue responded to the accident. The driver was said to be bleeding, but authorities do not believe she has life threatening injuries.
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