Mother and Her Three Daughters Killed in Fiery Crash

Krystle Carranza, a 27-year-old mother of three, was driving the wrong way down Interstate 20 near FM 740 when she hit another vehicle head on. Krystle’s three daughters, 10-month-old Aleah, three-year-old Delaney, and five-year-old Nevaeh were also in the vehicle with her. All four unfortunately died as a result of the crash. The driver of the other vehicle, 70-year-old Fred Ulysses, was also killed.

A trooper with the Department of Public Safety saw Krystle driving the wrong way down I-20 when she passed him going west in the eastbound lane. He started to turn around to go stop the vehicle but before he got the chance, he saw the truck hit the SUV head-on and both vehicles exploded into flames. Authorities say emergency crews tried to put the flames out, but the fire was unfortunately too strong. The accident ended up shutting down all eastbound lanes of I-20 for almost 6 hours to for the clean-up and investigation. The troopers are looking into whether or not alcohol was a factor in the accident.

No matter who is at fault for an accident, and no matter what actually causes an accident, everyone involved becomes a victim. Whether you or someone you know and love is injured in a car crash, contact a Houston auto accident lawyer through Kirkendall Dwyer LLP. Our legal team has several years of experience dealing with personal injury cases resulting from car accidents and we will be more than happy to look at your case to get the best defense strategy started. This will ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve after going through such a difficult time. Contact us as soon as possible once you are involved in a car accident so we can get started and get you back on your feet.

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