EDINBURG, TX – On Wednesday morning, a 39-year-old drove his car through a stop sign and crashed into another vehicle, injuring five.
The man was driving a red 2019 Chevrolet when he came to an intersection at South Tower Road and Canton Road. My Accident reports that the driver did not stop at the stop sign at the intersection and crashed into a black 2016 Chevrolet at 11:51 a.m. May 6.
The 26-year-old Chevrolet driver and three of her passengers sustained injuries in the accident. All of the injured passengers were children, ages 1, 3, and 6 years old. An officer from the Department of Public Safety reports that the children’s injuries were serious but not life-threatening.
A passenger in the red Chevrolet also sustained injuries from the accident. There is no information about the type or severity of the injuries this 54-year-old man experienced.
The red Chevrolet sustained minor damage in the accident, but the black Chevrolet required a tow truck to remove it from the scene.
The police determined the driver in the red Chevrolet was at-fault for the accident because he failed to yield right of way and obey traffic signs at the intersection.
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