TWO people were killed and four others injured after an SVU attempted to escape police officials on a major highway in Texas.
The fatal crash unfolded Wednesday morning on Interstate 35 in San Antonio after an officer on patrol spotted the SUV driving erratically.
According to the San Antonio Police Department, the responding officer followed the SUV and tried to make a traffic stop by activating the patrol car’s lights.
However, the officer did not initiate a chase as the SUV driver sped away and tried to enter the highway.
As a result, the driver struck a metal barrier, causing the SUV to flip over and ejected two men inside the car.
Officials said the two men died at the scene.
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Four other men in the vehicle were injured and taken to local hospitals.
Police say two of them were in critical condition, and two others were in serious condition.
A fifth man in the SVU was not hospitalized but was detained at the scene.
Photos from the scene showed a completely wrecked gray SUV flipped over on the highway.
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The names and ages of the men have not been released.
The smash shut down the northbound lanes, as the on-ramps to I-35 near downtown were also closed.
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