Last week, a man from Wylie was arrested in connection with a double fatality
wreck that began as a road rage incident in Wylie. According to reports,
the 21-year-old driver with the initials A.H. faces two counts of criminal
negligent homicide and one count of an accident involving injury or death.
He was arraigned last Wednesday and is being held in the Collin County
jail with a bail set at $90,000. The young man faces the penalties for
third degree felonies.
Allegedly, A.H. was speeding along a highway, as was another driver in
a Nissan. The two drivers both attempted to pass one another and occupy
the same lane but the police believe that the vehicle did not make contact
at this time. When one of the drivers took evasive action in order to
avoid a collision, he lost control of his vehicle and it crashed on nearby
railroad tracks. The driver of the Nissan and two passengers were ejected
from the car.
The driver died of his injuries as well as one of the passengers. The surviving
passenger remains hospitalized in serious condition after the accident.
The police say that speeding was certainly a factor in this collision
but they are still uncovering many of the details. If your loved one has
been arrested in a road rage incident, or if you have been arrested for
road rage, don't hesitate to contact the firm right away for more
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