3 Dallas’ Adamson High School girls died when their Ford Taurus hit an SUV.
Dallas, TX (AmericanInjuryNews.com)–On Friday, three teenage girls left Adamson High School in Dallas in a Ford Taurus to pickup the car’s driver, 16 year-old Miriam Ramirez, younger sister. Ramirez, who according to Dallas Police Department officers did not have a driver’s license, was driving herself and two friends in the 8100 block of Mayforge Drive when she slammed head on into an oncoming SUV killing herself and both underage passengers, according to the Dallas Morning News. Dallas
Dallas Fire Department paramedics responded to the fatal SUV wreck and found 15 year-old LIlliana Reynos of Dallas dead on arrival. Emergency medical crews transported Ramirez and the other passenger, 16 year-old Rosario Felemon of Dallas, to Baylor University Medical Center Dallas where they were pronounced dead. The female driver and passenger of the SUV, along with an infant girl, were injured and transported by Dallas emergency medical crews to Parkland Memorial Hospital and Children’s Medical Center Dallas for treatment of their motor vehicle injuries by doctors and nurses. The fatal car crash on Friday afternoon has left the entire Adamson High School community grieving with students and faculty returning to school as scheduled Monday morning.
AmericanInjuryNews.com by Dallas Car Accident / Personal Injury Lawyer Amy K. Witherite, Practice areas: Dallas SUV wreck claims.
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