2 Phoenix residents among victims of deady W. Texas crashPosted: Updated:
FORT STOCKTON, Texas (AP) -- A two-vehicle crash has left three people dead and four injured.
The collision happened late Saturday on U.S. 285, north of Fort Stockton in West Texas. Authorities said a Toyota four-door car carrying two people veered into the opposite lane and collided with a 2003 Chrysler van carrying five people.
A passenger in the Toyota, Colleen Doyle, 28, of Phoenix, died. The driver, Michael Scott Doyle, 31, of Phoenix, was in critical condition at University Medical Center in Lubbock.
Two people in the van, Robin Perlo Berry, 40, and Joshua Bryant Berry, 41, both of Houston, died.
Three other passengers in the van were at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock.
Aaron Berry, 8, and Peter Berry, 9, were both in critical condition, and Willa Berry, 6, was in serious condition.