Parent Reacts After Pregnant Mother Of 4 Killed On Texas Highway – CBS Dallas / Fort Worth
ARLINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) — Three people, including a pregnant woman and her baby, were killed early Saturday morning in a hit-and-run crash on State Freeway 360.
Adan Hermosillo Garcia, 31, is now dealing with three counts of Intoxication Manslaughter and three counts of Failure to Cease and Render Help – Accident Involving Demise for his position within the wreck.
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The victims have been recognized by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner as 28-year-old Justin Dike, 28-year-old Alexius Mills, and her new child child boy.
“I haven’t processed it,” stated Pamela Parker, who says her daughter Alexius Mills had the largest coronary heart. “I simply assume it’s a foul dream. I’m hoping it’s a foul d ream.”
Mills was a mother of 4, on the point of welcome a fifth. Her household says she was about seven months together with a child boy she deliberate to call Dexter.
“She’s a very belief reliable particular person,” stated her 12-year-old daughter, Angelina Mills. “And I’m going miss her.”
Mills’ household says Dike, the infant’s father, had a flat tire on Saturday alongside Freeway 360, and that she went to go assist him.
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In line with police, whereas their two vehicles have been stopped on the service highway, an SUV rear-ended the second automobile, inflicting a series response crash.
Dike was trapped below the SUV and pronounced lifeless on scene.
Investigators say Mills was taken to the hospital, the place docs delivered her child, however each finally died from their accidents.
Parker says it’s not shocking the very last thing Mills did was assist another person. “She liked all people, would do something on the earth for you,” she stated.
Police say the motive force of the SUV that brought about the crash, 31-year-old Adan Hermosillo Garcia, initially ran away from the scene however was shortly discovered by Mansfield law enforcement officials.
Arlington police then went via a sequence of roadside sobriety checks earlier than taking him into custody. Garcia is now on the Tarrant County Jail.
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“I don’t assume any household ought to need to undergo one thing like this,” Parker stated. “So should you’re going to drink, don’t drive. Please.”