Driver charged with intoxication assault after crash on State Highway 6
Posted on Tuesday, May 26th, 2020 at 2:00 pm
HOUSTON, TEXAS – A driver has been charged with intoxication assault after a crash that occurred on State Highway 6 on Sunday night, The Houston Chronicle reports.
18-year-old Kevin Lozano was traveling with a 26-year-old female passenger and a 7-year-old child in a Nissan Maxima when he turned in front of a black Honda Accord near the highway’s 7800 block. The two vehicles then collided.
Lozano left the scene but then reportedly came back to the scene because “he felt bad.” The female passenger and the child were transported to the hospital via LifeFlight. They are expected to survive their injuries. The individuals inside of the black Honda Accord were also transported to the hospital but are reported to be in stable condition.
Lozano showed signs of intoxication and confessed to drinking before the accident. Police have charged him with four counts of failure to stop and render aid and four counts of intoxication assault.
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