UPDATE: Driver Accused of DWI in Deadly Gulf Freeway Crash Out on $100 Bond
(HOUSTON, November 2019) – A Houston man, identified as 27-year-old Lupe Longoria, was released today on a $100 bond after being charged with driving while intoxicated and causing a deadly crash on the Gulf Freeway. The Houston car accident attorneys of the Mokaram Law Firm previously reported on this deadly collision that occurred on Saturday morning.
According to authorities, Longoria was speeding and lost control of his vehicle, striking two men who were exchanging information after a minor fender bender on the side of the road. The force of the impact threw one of the men into the HOV lane. One of the victims died at the scene, while the other was transported to Memorial Hermann Hospital, but he later succumbed to his injuries as well.
Longoria was arrested and charged, and received a $100 bond, according to court documents and ABC13 in Houston. Our team will continue to follow this developing story, and our thoughts go out to the families of the victims in this tragic accident.
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