3 People Dead And Two Injured After Car Collided With Wild Hog In Southwest Texas

UVALDE, Texas – On Monday, an accident left 3 individuals dead and 2 with injuries after a car collided with a wild hog in Southwest Texas.

The Texas Department of Public Safety spokesman Sgt. Conrad Hein said on Tuesday that a Ford Expedition, driven by 51-year-old Ruby Garza, collided with the hog due to which the car swerved into oncoming traffic and struck a Mercedes SUV head-on. 27-year-old Antonio Cordova was behind the wheel of the Mercedes.

The drivers of both cars died at the accident spot. 51-year-old Julia Vasquez, who was travelling in the Ford, was rushed to the hospital, but succumbed to injuries.

The condition of 2 other individuals travelling in the Expedition is not known.

News Source: www.Time.com

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