Three escape serious injury in Wednesday morning crash

Three people were taken to Victoria hospitals after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 77 near Enterprise Road.

Three people, including two teenagers, were treated and released at Victoria hospitals after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 77 at Enterprise Road

The Victoria Fire Department responded to the call about 7 a.m.

Mason Hall, 17, and Ryan Hall, 17, both of Victoria, were taken by ambulance to DeTar Hospital Navarro. Deborah McLeroy, 49, was taken to Citizens Medical Center.

Mason Hall was driving north on the highway in a 1994 Chevrolet Blazer when it struck the rear of a 2010 Ford F-250 pickup that had stopped to make a left onto Enterprise Road, said Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Trooper Gerald Bryant.

The driver of the Ford, Melvin Landry, 38, of Goliad, was uninjured. McLeroy was a passenger in the truck. Ryan Hall was a passenger in the Chevrolet.

Mason Hall was issued a citation for failure to control speed.

All involved were wearing seat belts, said Bryant.