• October 09, 2019

Francisco Peña Muere en Accidente Automovilístico en Abilene, TX

Abilene, TX -- 8 de octubre, 2019, Francisco Peña perdió la vida tras un incidente en el que la camioneta en que viajaba chocó contra un poste.

Los reportes indican que el choque ocurrió alrededor de las 11:30 de la mañana, por Industrial Boulevard.

De acuerdo con las declaraciones de las autoridades, Peña iba de pasajero en un Dodge Ram que chocó contra un Toyota Tundra. La Ram luego chocó contra un poste, causando que el vehículo se partiera en dos.

El conductor de la Ram Sufrió heridas leves, mientras que Peña sufrió heridas graves y fue trasladado al hospital. Peña fue declarado muerto ahí.

No hay detalles adicional acerca del choque en este momento.

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