Daniel Camillo Killed in Head-On Crash on FM 1097 in Montgomery County

Daniel Camillo Killed in Head-On Crash on FM 1097 in Montgomery County

34-Year-Old Daniel Camillo Killed in Montgomery County Two-Vehicle Crash on FM 1097 near Pearson Road

Montgomery County, Texas (May 19, 2020) – Two people were killed Friday evening in a head-on collision in Montgomery County, according to deputies.

The fatal crash happened around 5:00 p.m. May 15, on FM 1097 near Pearson Road.

DPS said Daniel Camillo, 34, of Montgomery, was driving a 2008 Nissan Titan westbound on the highway when he crossed the center line and crashed head-on into an eastbound 2000 Mercury Mountaineer driven by Prescilla Sanchez, 21, of College Station.

Camillo and Sanchez were declared dead at the scene.

A 19-year-old College Station woman, who was a passenger in the Mountaineer, was taken to Conroe Regional Hospital in critical condition. Both women appear to be sisters.

Investigators said intoxicated driving was a possible factor in the crash.

The DPS is investigating the crash.

We pass our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Daniel Camillo.

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