• September 05, 2023

10-Year-Old Killed, Emanuel Camancho-Patino Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on F.M. 2100 in Harris County, TX

Harris County, TX — September 2, 2023, a 10-year-old was killed, and Emanuel Camancho-Patino was injured in a car accident around 9 p.m. on F.M. 2100 in Harris County.

Investigators report Mr. Camancho-Patino and his 10-year-old son were on F.M. 2100 in a white pickup truck when the tread cap separated from one of the truck's tires. The truck then purportedly lost control, veered off the road, overturned several times, and came to rest in a ditch.

The 10-year-old boy suffered fatal injuries, while Mr. Camancho-Patino reportedly sustained minor injuries.

There are no reports as to why the truck's tire tread separated. Hopefully, a detailed crash investigation report will be released soon.

10-Year-Old Killed, Emanuel Camancho-Patino Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on F.M. 2100 in Harris County, TX

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