A Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy and a driver both suffered injuries in a chain reaction crash on FM 1960 in the Cypress Creek area overnight.

Deputies said it was around 10:20 p.m. Wednesday when a red Toyota Camry traveling eastbound was struck from behind by a Chevrolet Cruz in the 11500 block of 1960.

Deputies said after the first crash, the Chevrolet was sitting in a moving lane of traffic with no lights on. Seconds later, a deputy traveling eastbound struck the Chevrolet, sending the vehicle into the opposing lanes of traffic.

The Chevrolet driver suffered injuries and was taken to the hospital in stable condition. The deputy suffered more serious injuries with possible broken bones and was also taken to the hospital.

The Toyota driver was not hurt.

The cause of both crashes is under investigation.

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