PLANO/RICHARDSON (CBSDFW.COM) — The victims of Saturday’s rollover crash on the President George Bush Turnpike have been identified. All three killed were under the age of 20.
Charqual McMath, a 28-year-old Garland resident, was driving a Chevrolet Tahoe on PGBT near U.S. Highway 75 when, after swerving and losing control of the vehicle, the SUV rolled off the overpass and landed in a parking lot 63 feet below, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety. She was not seriously injured in the crash. Three female passengers in the car died.
The passengers were 12-year-old Tyreana McMath, 13-year-old Myaa Moore and 19-year-old Torneki McMath, according to DPS. Tyreana McMath was from Garland, while Torneki McMath and Moore were from Dallas.
The investigation is ongoing.
Update: This article has been updated to reflect corrections from the Department of Public Safety regarding the city of residence for Torneki McMath and Myaa Moore.
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