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Alamo – Pastor Died in Fatal Crash on Interstate 2

Posted on Monday, November 4th, 2019 at 4:52 am    

Alamo law enforcement officials have released the name of the victim who died in a fatal car accident on Interstate 2 last Thursday.

The fatality was identified as 24-year-old Kevin Saenz.

According to police reports, Saenz was driving a vehicle along Interstate 2 when he got into a collision with two more cars. The exact details of the crash remain unknown at this time and the number of casualties was not specified by local responders.

Authorities said the impact of the crash left Saenz with fatal injuries. He was pronounced deceased by emergency crews who responded to the scene.

No charges have been made as the investigation is still ongoing. Anyone who has information about the crash is encouraged to get in contact with the Alamo Police Department.

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