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A 45-year-old driver was killed in Dallas early Sunday in a crash that involved two street racers, police said.
The deadly crash unfolded at around 5 o’clock in the morning, Fox 4 reported. The victim, Kendrick, Lyon, was hit by one of the two racing Camaros, go to the train station.
Lyon’s mom said that he was on the road to donate the plasma, and had celebrated his birthday with the family the night before.
The police department says the Driver’s car caught fire and burned down, hits the frame after it was hit by a street racer and in the beginning of the day Sunday.
Driver was ejected from his vehicle and killed. The impact of the crash sent Driver’s car is in the rotation for the plane of fire, according to police.
The driver who hit the Driver the car was rushed to the hospital with serious internal injuries.” Neither his name nor his condition was released.
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The other driver, a 27-year-old Alejandro Valdez struck a curb and a mailbox, before you have to stop the car.
Valdez was not injured. He remained at the scene and turned himself in to the police, Fox 4 reported. He was being held in the Dallas County Jail.
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Police said Valdez and the driver who struck the Driver will be charged with racing causing death.