Houston, TX (February 23, 2021) – A street-racing crash took the lives of three people on Sunday, February 21, on a Houston freeway. The man who caused the accident is now facing three manslaughter charges.
According to information provided by Harris County deputies, Andrew Mock, 22, was speeding in his yellow 2018 Camaro headed west on the Northwest Freeway near West Little York Road at approximately 9:30 p.m. on Sunday. He hit the left rear-end of a black 2017 Chevrolet Malibu with the right front side of his Camaro.
Sources indicate that the crash forced the Malibu off of the road onto a pedestrian-occupied sidewalk. Tragically, the Malibu hit three pedestrians who were present on the sidewalk at the time. All three of them were killed due to the injuries they sustained in the collision.
According to reports, Roger Glover, 35, was one of the pedestrians who lost their life in the crash. Two teen boys also sustained injuries in the accident. They were life flighted to Memorial Hermann Hospital Downtown with critical injuries. One of the teenagers passed away on Monday morning, February 22, while the other lost their life early Tuesday.
Officials in Harris County continue to investigate the circumstances of the incident.
We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the families of the deceased victims at this time. Our thoughts are with everyone involved.
Fatal Crashes in Houston
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