UPDATE: At approximately 1:20 p.m. Sunday, a blue 2003 Ford F350 pickup truck driven by a 56-year old man from Wall struck a gray 2014 Honda Civic, driven by a 32-year old San Angelo woman in the 4400 block of W. Houston Harte Expressway.
According to San Angelo police, the driver of the pickup failed to control his speed and struck the Honda from behind while the Honda was stopped at the yield sign on the frontage road. The Honda was yielding to traffic from the off ramp. The collision sent the Honda from its stopped position into an adjacent guard rail, according to the police report.
A 9-year old male and a 12-year old female, passengers in the Honda, were transported by ambulance to Shannon Medical Center for non-incapacitating injuries. A 32-year male passenger in the Honda was not injured.
The driver of the Ford pickup was issued citations for failure to control speed and expired/no vehicle registration.
No further information is available from the SAPD.
ORIGINAL POST: According to a San Angelo Police officer on the scene, at least two people were transported to Shannon Medical Center after a dark blue Ford-250 crashed into the rear of a gray Honda Civic early Sunday afternoon near Suddenlink on the 4000 West Houston Harte Expressway ramp.
Investigating officers Flores and Ramirez were not available to give a more detailed statement. They had left early to go with the injured to Shannon Medical Center. It is unknown how severe their injuries are.
We will provide more information as it becomes available.
The incident is still under investigation.