CORPUS CHRISTI, TX — A four vehicle collision caused two injuries in Corpus Christi on Tuesday.
According to police the accident took place around eleven in the morning on the intersection of South Padre Island Drive and Airline Road in Corpus Christi. The driver of a 1999 Silver Toyota caused the incident. The exact details of the crash are unknown. The Toyota first collided with a tan 2002 Chevrolet before veering away from that crash into a black 2020 Kia. The incident also involved a fourth vehicle which left the scene of the accident before police arrived.
The driver and passenger of the Chevrolet reported injuries to police as a result of the accident, their conditions are currently unknown. The driver of the silver Toyota is being held at fault for the accident.