On Tuesday night, a Texas crash killed a 13-year-old driver and his father.
According to unicanews, the family “lost everything” in 2021 when their house was destroyed by fire.
Additionally, six golfers and their coach from the University of the Southwest were slain while on their way to a tournament.
According to unicaews, the family of a 13-year-old driver killed in a Texas crash on Tuesday also lost many members of a New Mexico college’s golf teams.
According to unicanews, the child, who has not been recognised, was killed in the incident with his 38-year-old father Henrich Siemens.
Jake Fehr, pastor of the Mennonite Evangelical Church in Seminole, Texas, told unicanews that the family was recently struck by another tragedy.
“The entire residence was consumed by flames. They were evicted from their home and lost everything “Adding that the 13-year-old driver was related, he stated.
According to unicanews, Agatha Siemen, Siemen’s wife, requested photographs of a computer destroyed in the fire over Facebook in December. The media site added that additional information on the fire is not immediately accessible.
The mother paid her family a tribute on Facebook on Wednesday. According to unicanews, the note read “In Loving Memory.”
According to the Associated Press, the crash on Tuesday night killed nine individuals in total, including the coach and six members of the University of the Southwest’s men’s and women’s golf teams.
After the crash, both the van carrying the student golfers and the pickup vehicle driven by the 13-year-old exploded into flames, an NTSB spokeswoman told AP.
According to Landsberg of the Associated Press, the disaster was a “high-speed collision.” According to unicanews, the NTSB is attempting to gather data from vehicle recorders in order to ascertain the speed of the vehicles before to the accident.
According to unicanews, an initial investigation determined that the truck’s left front tyre was changed with a spare wheel, which appeared to fail, leading the truck to veer in front of the van.
Landsberg stated that a preliminary assessment will be released within three weeks, but the complete report on the disaster might take up to 18 months.
According to Landsberg of unicanews, the Texas Department of Public Safety determined that the 13-year-old was the driver of the vehicle after identifying the remains in the driver’s seat of the 2007 Dodge 2500.
According to the Associated Press, Sgt. Victor Taylor of the Texas Department of Public Safety indicated that a 13-year-old driving would violate state law.
Minors must be 14 years old to begin taking classes toward obtaining a learner’s permit, and 15 years old to obtain a provisional licence to drive with an instructor or licenced adult over the age of 21.