Deadly Crash Involving Two Cars And A FedEx Truck.

A crash in Baytown, Texas has taken the life of one man and injured four more. The crash occurred after a speeding Pontiac crashed into a Lincoln, forcing the Lincoln into the path of an oncoming FedEx truck.

Witnesses say the driver of the Pontiac was speeding and swerving in and out of traffic just before the crash. He lost control, veered into oncoming traffic and crashed into a black Lincoln. The force of that collision pushed the Lincoln into the path of a FedEx truck.

The driver of the Pontiac, only 26-years-old, was pronounced dead at the scene. People who witnessed the crash at a nearby animal hospital rushed to offer assistance to the passengers of the Lincoln who were severely injured. They were taken by aircraft to Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston. The FedEx driver was taken by ambulance to a local hospital to be treated for a leg injury. All four are expected to recover.

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