Police said a man in a silver Impala was traveling westbound on E. Parker around 11 p.m. when he attempted to go around a pickup truck and slammed head-on into a car traveling in the opposite direction.
The truck driver wasn't injured. The roadway will briefly be closed so the chickens could be removed. According to area officials, 18-wheelers often pass through carrying large numbers of chickens to a nearby farm.
A woman lost control of her car and crashed it into a Starbucks and Little Ceasars pizza at the intersection of 38th street and Guadalupe. She was the only one injured and was transported to a hospital.
One man was killed and another was critically injured during a small plane crash in San Jacinto County Saturday afternoon, authorities said. The plane's pilot, Marcus Schmitt, 44, of Shepherd, died at the scene.
The vehicle was headed southbound on 2685 near Scarlett Road when the vehicle left the road and rolled several times, partially ejecting Nikalas. Tristian was driving the SUV at the time of crash. Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Rhonda Welch pronounced Nikalas dead at the scene.
Police say a man is dead and a woman is seriously injured after being pinned in a car that crashed into a tree Wednesday morning. Officials said the man was dead when firefighters arrived and the woman was treated at the scene. Her condition is not yet known.
All victims were taken to the hospital, but while the woman and the 18-month-old boy were both treated and released, the 6-year-old boy died the next day. Satterwhite was uninjured in the accident and has now been charged with intoxication manslaughter and manslaughter.