In Texas, 29 people were injured after a car crashed into a crowd of spectators at a race

In the U.S. state of Texas, a car crashed into a crowd at a race, injuring 29 people. KVIA ABC-7 News reported this on Sunday, June 13, citing a statement from the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office.

“A preliminary investigation revealed that one of the cars, for unknown reasons, drove off the dirt track and breached the guardrail. Three other vehicles were also damaged in the first crash,” the statement said.

It is pointed out that the accident occurred in a community called Fabens. Eight people were hospitalized as a result of the car entering the crowd, with three of them in critical condition.

Earlier in March, at least 10 Mexican nationals were killed in a truck accident in the U.S. state of California. The truck, which was transporting gravel, crashed into an SUV with 27 passengers on board.

In February in Texas, six people were killed and 56 injured in a major crash involving about 100 vehicles. It was pointed out that the accident occurred on an interstate highway in the Texas city of Fort Worth. According to the police, the accident was caused by ice on the road, formed after rain with wet snow.