• August 16, 2019

1 Muerto en Accidente con Remolque de Camión por SH 105 en Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX -- 15 de agosto, 2019, una persona perdió la vida tras un incidente en el que un vehículo chocó en una zanja.

Los reportes afirman que el incidente fatal ocurrió cerca de la intersección de SH 105 y FM 1774 en Plantersville, alrededor de las 6:15 de la tarde.

Según las declaraciones de las autoridades, un camión perdió su remolque, causando que otro vehículo se desviara de la carretera para evitarlo. Ese vehículo luego chocó en una zanja.

El conductor del vehículo que se desvió murió en el lugar de los hechos.

No hay detalles adicionales en este momento.



Juan Guerra Killed in Motorcycle Accident in Laredo, TX

Laredo, TX -- February 16, 2020 A motorcycle accident killed Juan Guerra in Laredo Saturday evening. The Laredo Police Department said Guerra, traveling on a motorcycle, struck a car at the intersection of Saunders and Bartlett Avenue. The impact threw Guerra off his bike, and he died at the scene. Police stated that he was...

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