Victoria driver wrecks into 3 parked cars, believes he had seizure (w/video)

A Victoria motorist was cited for driving without a license or insurance after he slammed into three cars parked at an allergy clinic Thursday.

Sr. Officer B.J. Allen said the driver, Tommy Olguin, 22, of Victoria, "believes he had a seizure" when he crashed into the vehicles outside Victoria Allergy and Asthma Clinic in the 3900 block of North Navarro Street.

The wreck happened about 9:45 a.m.

He was driving north in a gray Chevrolet Impala and crossed several lanes of traffic on Navarro Street.

Olguin refused medical treatment and was not taken to the hospital, Allen said.

Gary Stockton, 63, of Victoria, was at the clinic to receive allergy shots when he heard the crash.

His 2008 GMC Sierra truck was damaged and had a possible bend in the frame.

Carmen Aguilar, of Victoria, was also at the clinic for allergy treatment Thursday morning.

Her Dodge Ram truck sustained the least damage. The third car, which received the brunt of the impact, was a silver Ford Focus, which was towed away.

Olguin's vehicle showed no signs of slowing down or attempts to brake.