Victoria Vasquez Death – The sole survivor of a fatal car accident caused by excessive speed in Texas last week was a child who was appropriately secured in a car seat. Investigators have determined that the 17-year-old driver of a Lexus was traveling at a speed exceeding 100 mph just moments before the collision on January 11.
The driver, Victoria Vasquez, lost control of the vehicle and collided with a Chevrolet Impala that was traveling in the opposite direction. Tragically, Vasquez was ejected from the Lexus and pronounced dead at the scene. It was revealed that she was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.
Authorities have confirmed that the driver, Joseph Hernandez, aged 37, and his passenger, Moses Hernandez, aged 38, both lost their lives due to injuries sustained in the crash. However, it is worth noting that both men were wearing their seat belts.
Remarkably, a child who was a passenger in the Impala was securely restrained in a car seat and managed to survive the collision. The child has been transported to the hospital for medical treatment and is currently recovering from their injuries.