• April 26, 2023

Roberto Robles Killed, Melissa Harrison Injured in Car Accident in Hidalgo County, TX

UPDATE (May 24, 2023): Details from authorities identified the other driver injured in the crash as 46-year-old Melissa Harrison, who was said to have sustained incapacitating injuries. Right now, additional details about the crash can't be confirmed.

Hidalgo County, TX — April 20, 2023, Roberto Robles was killed and one person was injured following a car accident at around 6:10 p.m. north of Edinburg.

Preliminary details provided by investigators with the Texas Department of Public Safety indicate that the fatal crash happened roughly 25 miles north of Edinburg along U.S. Highway 281.

Roberto Robles Killed, Melissa Harrison Injured in Car Accident in Hidalgo County, TX

According to public details, 46-year-old Roberto Carlos Robles was in a Nissan Sentra which was going southbound along the highway. It appears a Lexus was traveling northbound. For reasons which are still under investigation, the Nissan and the Lexus collided.

Due to the collision, Roberto Robles sustained injuries that proved fatal. The other driver, who has not yet been identified in reports, had injuries believed to be non-life-threatening. No others were said to be involved in the fatal crash. Right now, additional details surrounding the cause of the accident are unavailable.


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