The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) responded to a crash involving multiple vehicles on US 190, about 4.5 miles east of Livingston.
Initial investigations indicate that at around 6 p.m, a westbound 2009 Dodge pickup was travelling when, for unknown reasons, crossed over the center of the highway, striking the front left portion of the opposite bound 2008 Nissan SUV. Following the first collision, the Dodge spun off the road and hit a 2016 Ford SUV, which was stopped at a stop sign on Beech Creek Road. Following the second collision, the Nissan rolled over, ejecting both driver and passenger.
The driver of the Dodge has been identified as Jay Myers, 18, of Colmesneil, TX. Myers was treated at Conroe Regional Medical Center. The Nissan driver has been identified as Lional Kenebrew, 36, from Newton. Kenebrew had a 13-year-old passenger in the car and both were pronounced dead on the scene. Three other passengers in Kenebrew’s vehicle were sent to the hospital for treatment. 28-year-old Zachary Riley, of Livingston, was driving the Ford. Riley and his passengers were released after being treated at the scene. Investigation regarding details of the crash are still underway.
The following information was provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT):
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