Houston, Texas crime: 1 dead in high-speed crash involving teens

HCSO says the teens have been going at a excessive rate of velocity once they crashed into one other automotive, killing the driving force.

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas — A person is dead following a high speed crash that concerned a number of teens, in keeping with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

The crash occurred Monday round 9:30 p.m. in the 1800 block of Fry Road.

Deputies say a automobile was leaving a non-public driveway from a McDonald’s parking lot.

That driver was then struck by a rushing automobile heading southbound, in keeping with HCSO. The influence of the crash brought on the driving force to journey throughout all three lanes of visitors and into the northbound lanes, the place the driving force was hit by a 3rd automobile.

The driver was pronounced dead on scene, in keeping with deputies. The three teens have been taken to the hospital with accidents.

Deputies say there have been three youngsters contained in the rushing automobile. They say the teens might be checked for indicators of impairment.

One witness stated she was nearly hit by the teens whereas driving together with her household, however that she pulled over to verify on these damage after the crash.

“They’re scared cause they’ve never seen anything like this,” Morgan Cummings Jarosek stated. “And my kids care about others. They’re upset that someone was seriously injured and that someone caused someone to be seriously injured.”

No different accidents have been reported in the crash.

Deputies say they’ve surveillance footage from the McDonald’s to have a look at as a part of their investigation.

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