One Arrested in Vehicle Rollover Crash on Houston Harte Frontage Road
SAN ANGELO, TX — The rollover crash reported at the 4000 block of W. Houston Harte Frontage Road has been cleared.
Tracy Gonzalez with the San Angelo Police Department said, “The vehicle left the roadway and collided with the guidewire, then left the guidewire and collided with the utility pole. The vehicle came to rest on its top.”
Reports from witnesses at the scene said a female driver and a male occupant had fled the crash scene and into a nearby field. They were located and taken into custody during the crash investigation.
During the preliminary crash investigation, it was discovered that the male passenger was violating a protective order by being with the female driver. He was subsequently transported to Tom Green County jail.
The male and female refused medical service.
The female driver was given two citations, one for failure to stop and leave information-striking a fixed object and turn when unsafe.
The female driver said that she was messing with the radio when she went off the roadway.
Alcohol was located at the crash scene but a field sobriety test showed that she was not intoxicated.
Emergency responders were called to the Frontage Road of Loop 306 in between Family Power Sports and Jim Bass Ford for the report of a major motor vehicle accident-roll over.
A black Chevy pickup is on the west bound side of the road in the field laying on its roof.
There is no report of injuries or the cause of this accident at this time.
Witnesses around the scene said two individuals ran from the vehicle. It is unknown whether the subjects are in custody.
More information will be updated as it is received.