Mont Belvieu, TX — Police have yet to identify the 30-year old woman who was killed on Monday night (July 29, 2013) after a fatal single-car accident that also left another woman and three children injured. The wreck happened along Highway 146 in between Mont Belvieu and Dayton, TX.
Police said that an SUV was headed north on the highway late at night on Monday when the driver, an unnamed woman, lost control and crashed into a culvert. The accident caused all six people inside the SUV to be ejected and the 30-year old woman, who was a backseat passenger, died at the scene from her injuries.
Three children and the woman driving the SUV were all injured and hospitalized, but their names and conditions were not released. ‘
Police later confirmed that one of the injured children was a 7-year boy.
Scene of the Accident
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