Daniel Garcia, Dominique Ramirez, Fernando Garcia, and Isaac Daniel Garcia Killed in Car Crash on US-59 in Wharton CountyKiprop Vincent
Daniel Garcia, Dominique Ramirez, Fernando Garcia and Isaac Daniel Garcia Killed in Wharton County Two-Vehicle Crash on US-59
Wharton County, Texas (December 1, 2020) – Five people, including a child, were killed in a head-on collision Sunday morning in Wharton County, according to police.
The fatal crash happened around 3:56 a.m., November 28, on northbound US-59, near the FM 961 and Highway 60 exit.
Police said a black Cadillac SUV was traveling southbound near the exit when it veered off the main lanes and drove through a grassy median. It then entered the northbound lanes and crashed head-on into an oncoming Nissan Altima.
The Cadillac driver, Jose Magallon, 37, of Houston, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Altima driver, Daniel Garcia, 25, of San Benito, was also pronounced dead at the scene.
Garcia’s front passenger, Dominique Ramirez, 24, of San Benito, and the right rear passenger, Fernando Garcia, 21, of San Benito, were pronounced dead at the scene.
A child in the Altima, Isaac Daniel Garcia, 2.5-years-old, of San Benito, was taken to OakBend Medical, where he was pronounced dead. Another child, Isabella Monique Garcia, of San Benito, was airlifted to Hermann Memorial in critical condition.
All the occupants in the Altima were wearing their seatbelts at the time of the crash. Both children were in their car seats.
The authorities are investigating the crash.
We pass our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Daniel Garcia, Dominique Ramirez, Fernando Garcia, and Isaac Daniel Garcia.
“When a person has suffered a grave personal injury in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, the most overwhelming emotion they feel is a sense of injustice. They often ask how such a life-altering event could have happened to them,” attorney Joel A. Gordon said. “The next question usually is, who can help me?” Mr. Gordon added.
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