Man injured in crash on William Fitch Pkwy after driver runs red light

car accident, damage, crash

COLLEGE STATION, TX – A man was injured in a crash after a driver ran a red light on William D. Fitch Parkway in College Station last week, according to information from the Texas Department of Transportation.

The crash happened on William Fitch Pkwy (State Highway 40) near Arrington Road and west of Highway 6 at 1:01 p.m. Thursday, when the 56-year-old driver of a black 2006 GMC failed to stop at a traffic light.

The front of the GMC then crashed into the front of a black 2016 Nissan being driven by a 69-year-old man.

The driver of the Nissan sustained minor injuries in the accident.

The at-fault driver was not reported as injured.

Been involved in a crash in College Station?

Get your College Station accident report today if you or a loved one have been hurt in a crash. This report is a vital part of your records as you work to pursue justice after a collision. Help protect yourself and your family by getting your Texas accident report today. Contact a member of our team for your free copy.