Police say street racing may be to blame for injury crash involving Mustang, parked semis

Two people are in the hospital following an early morning crash in Houston that police say was likely caused by street racing.

The crash occurred around 3 a.m. on Friday, November 13, in northwest Houston, Texas.

According to reports, a Ford Mustang collided with two semi trucks parked along Railhead Lane.

No truck drivers were injured, but the two people in the Mustang were trapped and required rescue by fire fighters. Both were taken to the hospital for treatment.

Both trucks were significantly damaged in the crash.

A Houston Police Department sergeant told ABC 13 that street racing was thought to be the cause of the crash.