3-car crash in Harris County kills UTD student and injures six others

Sunday February 27, 2011: a 3-car crash in northwest Harris County early Sunday has killed a 20-year old college student and injured six other people. According to investigators, the driver of a 1996 Chrysler Sebring was traveling east in the 7900 block of Spring Cypress when he changed lanes to pass another vehicle but lost control of his car which caused him to cross over into the westbound lanes. The Sebring was then hit by a 2007 GMC Yukon traveling westbound on Spring Cypress. The Sebring was then struck by a third vehicle, a 2007 Lexus RX350 also traveling west. The driver of the Sebring died at the accident scene and four passenger from the Yukon as well as a passenger from the Lexus were taken to Houston Northwest Medical Center. Today Martina Morgan identified the driver of the Sebring as her 20-year old son David James Morgan, a neuroscience major at the University of Texas at Dallas: David had just left his family’s home and was returning to Dallas when the collision happened.

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