• May 25, 2023

Merlin Gamoneda-Lopez Killed in Car Accident in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — May 14, 2023, Merlin Gamoneda-Lopez was fatally injured following a car accident at around 2:42 a.m. along I-45.

Preliminary details about the crash indicated that it happened along the 18500 block of Houston's North Freeway/I-45.

Merlin Gamoneda-Lopez Killed in Car Accident in Harris County, TX

From initial statements from Harris County officials, it appears that Merlin Danecy Gamoneda-Lopez was in a vehicle that was traveling southbound along the interstate. Conditions were rainy at the time, and it appears that Gamoneda-Lopez's vehicle somehow lost control on the slick roads. This caused the vehicle to crash with the jersey barrier, then go back into traffic lanes. There, a pickup also going southbound crashed into Gamoneda-Lopez's vehicle.

It appears from reports that Gamoneda-Lopez was thrown from the vehicle, and she sustained injuries that ultimately proved fatal. The other driver had no reported injuries. Currently, the factors surrounding the crash cannot be confirmed pending further investigations.



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