• December 03, 2019

Wendy Sandoval Injured, Baby Killed in Car Accident on Dyer in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX Reports from local law enforcement and the Texas Department of Public Safety have identified 42-year-old Wendy Sandoval as the woman that was injured, while a newborn baby was killed in a major car accident that was reported in El Paso, TX on Wednesday, November 27th, 2019.

Officer responsible for investigating the accident have only said that Wendy Sandoval was injured and a baby she was pregnant with was fatally injured when the Nissan Sentra she was in and a Kia Optima collided head-on after one of them may have veered over the center line of the roadway in the 8700 block of Dyer, and that EMS rushed her to a nearby hospital where she gave birth to the baby, which eventually succumbed to the injuries they sustained in the accident two days after their arrival. Law enforcement officials are still examining all the details of what contributed to the accident, and hope to release more information at a later date.

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