Four consecutive days someone has gone to the hospital following a crash in the twin cities.
The latest was Sunday morning just after 4 a.m. in College Station.
Police report a northbound driver on the southbound freeway frontage road struck the concrete guardrail that’s part of the Rock Prairie off-ramp.
The 33 year old driver from Bryan, who was alone in the vehicle, was taken to the hospital with possible life-threatening injuries.
Investigators are determining whether alcohol was involved.
Another SUV rollover on the freeway was Saturday afternoon at the Old Reliance exit.
Bryan police report the driver of the southbound vehicle lost control for an unknown reason.
The SUV rolled multiple times and came to rest in the northbound lanes.
The 54 year old male driver was taken to St. Joseph Regional Health Center, where he was listed in critical condition on Saturday.
Debris from the crash struck two other vehicles.
There were no other injuries and freeway traffic in both directions was affected for about 90 minutes.
Trying to change lanes on the freeway Friday afternoon led to a rollover crash north of University. College Station police report the driver, a Bryan woman, had to be cut out of her SUV before she was treated for injuries not believed to be life threatening. Officers were told the driver was trying to change lanes but lost control trying to get back after the driver of another car honked their horn.
Thursday during the afternoon commute, Bryan police were dealing with a pedestrian that was hit by a SUV. This was on Texas near Mary Lake, which is south of Villa Maria. Investigators were told a College Station woman did not use a crosswalk or cross at the intersection. The pedestrian is hospitalized in critical condition.
A car fire in west Bryan Thursday night is listed by police as an arson. There were no occupants when police arrived shortly after nine to the 1200 block of Graham, along the railroad tracks between Highway 21 and west 28th. No injuries were reported.