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Twice-deported man allegedly on drugs kills Texas girl, 17, crash, police say

Britney Baez was killed in a car accident on May 27th. Edy Lopez-Hernandez faces charges including murder.

(Houston Police Department, GoFundMe)

A man who had been deported two times behind bars after crashing his vehicle into another car, while on drugs, the killing of a Texas teenager who was on his way to the movie with her family.

Edy Lopez-Hernandez, 27, was charged with “murder, poisoning, assault and failure to stop and make a aid in connection with the crash, after he collided with the vehicle carrying the 17-year-old Britney Baez and her family on Saturday.

Houston Police Department said Lopez-Hernandez fled the scene of the crash with his 2-year-old son, who was in the car. A witness stopped Lopez-Hernandez and told him to return to the scene of the accident, KTRK reported.

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Baez’s sister, Nicole Baez, told KTRK that she is in the backseat with her sister when a car slammed into the rear of the vehicle they were on a journey.

“We were on the road and we stopped at that light,” Nicole Baez recalled.

“I remember sitting on the sidewalk, my mother was still screaming my sister’s name. I hear my father to ask for water. I could kind people around me, that is when my arm started killing me,” she continued.

Edy Lopez-Hernandez was charged in connection with the crash.

(Houston Police Department)

Their father was seriously injured in the collision and was in a hospital intensive care unit.

The police said Lopez-Hernandez was detained and transferred to a hospital after he returned to the place of the crash. In the hospital, the researchers have established that he was “under the influence of narcotics.” His young son was also taken to a hospital for treatment.

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The police told KTRK that Lopez-Hernandez was found driving at 70 km / h at the time of the crash. Records showed he had already made two times.

The police told KTRK that Lopez-Hernandez was found driving at 70 km / h at the time of the crash. Records showed he had already made two times.

Baez’s family has a GoFundMe to help pay for the funeral costs.

“We will always think of you, and you will always be in our hearts,” Baez’s cousin, Nancy Gomez, told KTRK.

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