A fatal rollover accident along County Road 245 in Eldorado, TX on Saturday (January 19, 2013) has left one man dead and three injured. Salvador Lucio, 23, was identified as the deceased man; Michael Montes, 31, Rigel Baez, 22, and Rodolfo Vasquez, 42, were listed as the injured men.
Scene of the Accident
According to the reports from the Texas DPS, Vasquez was driving a 2001 Toyota east along County Road 245 5 miles east of Ranch Road 2596 at about 4:30 p.m. when the Toyota lost control and left the road, overturning in the process. We were not told why the vehicle lost control or what caused the accident. Lucio, a passenger, was killed in the accident; Vasques and his other two passengers, Montes and Baez, were all injured and taken to a hospital. Baez was listed in critical condition at last update. The accident is still under investigation, thought the reports mentioned that the passengers were listed as electrician’s assistants and Vasquez was listed as an electrician.
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