WILLIS TEEN CRITICAL AFTER HITTING A BUILDING
An 18-year-old Willis man is was flown from SH 105 at Navaho by PHI Air Medical to Hermann Hospital in Houston Thursday morning.
Just after 3 a.m. a motorist informed a Montgomery County deputy that a 2008 silver Mustang had left the roadway and struck a building. Deputies were seconds away when they found the scene.
The driver of the vehicle was no wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle. He suffered severe head trauma.
Trooper Williams with DPS is still investigating the crash but has determined the Mustang was eastbound on SH 105 at a high rate of speed when he left the roadway, went between a sign post and guardrail. He continued by crossing over two driveways, crossed Navaho Street and then went through a cyclone fence. It was at that point that he struck two concrete pillars went through another cyclone fence and struck the back of the shopping center anchored by Fajita Jacks.
The only damage to the building was a cracked concrete wall.
Debris was scattered over a large area.
Lake Conroe Fire Department assisted MCHD in stabilizing the driver prior to flying him.
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