• May 17, 2019

UPDATE: Child, Sandra Gonzalez, Maria Ferreira, Toby Evans Injured in Dallas, TX, DWI Accident

UPDATE (June 27, 2019): Reports identify others involved in the wreck. 36-year-old Makeshia Dozier sustained non-incapacitating injuries. 40-year-old Sandra Gonzalez was said to have possible injuries. Reports also specified that Toby Evans had non-incapacitating injuries. The TxDOT accident report is available below.

Dallas, TX, Scyene & Masters Alleged DUI Accident 05-11-19

Dallas, TX -- May 11, 2019, a child sustained injuries and a man faces charges following an accident involving multiple vehicles.

At around 8:00 p.m., Dallas PD officials responded to the Pleasant Grove area off Scyene Road and North Masters Drive.

According to initial reports, 42-year-old Toby Evans was driving a vehicle along the road in a Mercury sedan. He apparently attempted to pass multiple vehicles when the car hit a Toyota car and a Dodge SUV. This caused a chain reaction where the Toyota hit another car, in turn sending that car into a fifth.

Emergency services responded to the scene where they found a 7-year-old girl in the Toyota with serious injuries. She was taken to Children's Medical Center for treatment. Evans was taken to a local hospital with unspecified injuries.

Police allege that Evans was under the influence of drugs when the crash occurred. He currently faces a charge for intoxication assault.

Additional details are currently unavailable.


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