According to reports, Jaggar Clayton Smith is being charged with two counts of intoxication manslaughter. Deputies say that the classmates were Salma Gomez and Chloe Robison, both 16-years-old. They were in Smith’s 2008 Nissan Altima when he was speeding southbound in the 18300 block of Timber Forest.
Authorities report that Smith’s speed caused him to lose control of the vehicle and slam into trees in the median, splitting the car in half. The front half of the car rotated clockwise and stopped in the median, while the back of the vehicle continued to spin southeast and hit another tree.
Robison was sitting in the back, and it was reported that she died at the scene.
Gomez, who was seated in the passenger side, died after being taken to Memorial Hermann Northeast Hospital.
Smith was taken to Houston Northwest Medical Center to be treated for minor injuries. Authorities have reason to believe that Smith was drinking.
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