• January 24, 2024

David Herrera, 1 Injured in Car Accident on Carmack St. in Mesquite, TX

Mesquite, TX — January 21, 2024, David Herrera and one other person were injured in a car accident at approximately 5:00 a.m. along Carmack Street.

According to authorities, the accident took place at the Carmack Street and Main Street intersection.

David Herrera, 1 Injured in Car Accident on Carmack St. in Mesquite, TX

Officials state that a vehicle occupied by Herrera allegedly ran a stop sign, entering the intersection at an unsafe time. Herrera's vehicle was reportedly struck by another vehicle in the intersection, as a result. The crash caused Herrera's vehicle to then collide with an electric pole before coming to a stop. Both Herrera and the driver of the other vehicle involved reportedly sustained injuries of unknown severity. They were each transported to a local hospital in order to receive treatment.

After Herrera was discharged from the hospital, he was allegedly put under arrest. Authorities have recommended charges of driving while intoxicated. Additional details regarding this incident are not available at this point in time. The investigation is currently ongoing.

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