Two friends were killed in a car crash in Childress, Texas that was caused by an 18-wheeler that rear-ended them.
It was reported by Click2Houston that the two people who died in the accident were 23-year-old Dominique Myles and 24-year-old Sebastian Weiskopf.
The friends died after their Ford Focus was hit by an 18-wheeler in Childress, Texas. The Department of Public Safety states that the pair had pulled over onto the side of the road because of poor visibility, and their car was then rear-ended by the 18-wheeler that couldn’t see them on the road.
Family and friends realized that something was amiss when Myles and Weiskopf hadn’t seen or contacted anyone close to them for a day or two.
Lorraine Hall, Myles’ mother, filed a missing persons report and put it on social media hoping that someone would know where her daughter was. Soon after, she was alerted that her daughter and Weiskopf had passed during the collision.
The following information was provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TDOT):