• January 12, 2017

Samantha Agular Dies in Dallas, TX, Police Chase Accident

Dallas, TX -- January 12, 2017, Samantha Agular was killed as the result of an accident in which he fled police and crashed off of Lake June Road.

Dallas Police officials report that the incident occurred at around 2:30 a.m. on Lake June Road between the intersections of N Jim Miller Road and S Buckner Boulevard.

According to authorities, 16-year-old Agular was driving a Nissan Armada when an officer attempted to pull herover, reportedly due to a faulty headlight. Police allege that Agular sped away from the officer down Lake June.

Reports indicate that the officer continued to follow the direction of the Nissan without giving chase. A few blocks away, near the intersection of Houghton Road, the Nissan had lost control and veered off the roadway. Due to this, the Nissan crashed into a steep, concrete ditch off the side of the road.

Authorities at the scene said the vehicle caught fire in the collision, and Agular was ejected during the crash. She was pronounced dead at the scene. It's unclear if there were any passengers in the vehicle.

At this time, authorities continue to investigate the accident. No additional details were released.

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