Two killed in high-speed chase accident near Brackettville, suspect on the run


Kinney County Sheriff's Office

Brackettville, TX - This morning another pursuit occurred on Ranch Road 674. This time as the driver was attempting to evade law enforcement, he lost control of the vehicle and rolled it.


Two individuals who are believed to be illegal alien were killed in the accident.

"With the increasing number of aliens smugglers attempting to out run law enforcement it was just a matter of time before there was a fatality," Kinney County Sheriff's Office said.


With this accident, once again Kinney County resources were stretched thin. Deputies, EMS, Fire and Rescue, and DPS all responded. Ranch Road 674 is currently closed while the incident is being investigated.


"We have identified the driver of the vehicle. Kinney County Deputies and Border Patrol are actively searching for him. It’s just a matter of time before he is arrested," the law enforcement agency added.





Dos muertos durante un accidente de persecución a alta velocidad cerca de Brackettville, sospechoso huyendo


Brackettville, TX - Esta mañana ocurrió otra persecución en Ranch Road 674. Esta vez, cuando el conductor intentaba evadir a la policía, perdió el control del vehículo y lo rodó.


Dos personas que se cree que son extranjeros ilegales murieron en el accidente.


"Con el creciente número de contrabandistas de extranjeros que intentan escapar de la policía, era solo cuestión de tiempo antes de que ocurriera una muerte", dijo la Oficina del Sheriff del Condado de Kinney.

Con este accidente, una vez más, los recursos del condado de Kinney se agotaron. Diputados, EMS, Fire and Rescue y DPS respondieron. Ranch Road 674 está actualmente cerrado mientras se investiga el incidente.


"Hemos identificado al conductor del vehículo. Diputados del Condado de Kinney y la Patrulla Fronteriza lo están buscando activamente. Es solo cuestión de tiempo antes de que sea arrestado,' agrego la agencia de ley.

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