• February 28, 2023

Christopher Gonzalez Injured in Alleged Drunk Driving Accident in El Paso, TX

El Paso, TX — December 23, 2022, Christopher Gonzalez was killed in an alleged drunk driving accident around 6 p.m. on N. Carolina Dr. in El Paso.

Authorities report Christopher Gonzalez's Toyota Tundra was traveling northbound while a Nissan Sentra was traveling southbound on N. Carolina Dr. The Nissan Sentra allegedly left its lane, crossed a mandatory turn lane, and crashed head-on into Christopher Gonzalez's Tundra.

Christopher Gonzalez reportedly suffered serious injuries and was transported to a hospital, while Christopher Gonzalez's passenger suffered minor injuries and was not transported. The driver of the Sentra may have possible injuries.

Officials report that the driver of the Sentra was 2.5 times over the legal limit for operating a vehicle and directly admitted to drinking to the responding investigators.

Christopher Gonzalez Injured in Alleged Drunk Driving Accident in El Paso, TX

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Oklahoma City, OK — March 13, 2023, one person was killed in a collision with a Brinks Truck on northbound Interstate 35 in Oklahoma City. Authorities believe the Brinks truck was northbound on I-35 when the truck veered off the road, through a cable barrier, over a grassy median, and then collided head-on with a...

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