Nine people have died after a golf-related bus crash involving members of the University of New Mexico’s golf teams in West Texas. The bus was transporting the players and coaching staff when it collided with a truck on a rural highway. The victims have been identified as members of the university’s golf team, coaching staff, and the driver of the truck. The cause of the crash is still under investigation, but it is believed that excessive speed may have been a factor. At least nine people were killed and dozens more injured after a golf-related crash in West Texas on Sunday. The New Mexico University golf teams were traveling to a tournament in Lubbock when their bus collided with a tractor-trailer. Stay tuned to our website TheGossipsWorld.com for the latest updates!!!!
Golf Team Crash In West Texas
The victims’ identities have not yet been released, but it is feared that the death toll could increase. Nine people died and several were injured after a crash between two New Mexico university’s golf teams. The accident took place at around noon on Tuesday, about 130 miles southwest of Dallas. A fatal crash involving nine people in West Texas is believed to have involved members of the New Mexico State University golf team, officials said. The crash happened around Thursday when a van carrying eight victims and a bus carrying two others collided on U.S. Highway 385, Texas Department of Public Safety Lt. Johnny Hernandez said.
Nine people died in a collision involving a truck carrying the New Mexico State University golf team and a tour bus carrying the roster for the university’s women’s soccer team on Sunday, authorities said. The driver of the truck and eight passengers on the bus were killed, said Texas Department of Public Safety Regional Director Freeman Martin. There were 16 people injured and all of them were taken to hospitals, Martin said. Nine people have died after a golf-related crash involving teams from New Mexico State University in West Texas.
The university’s golf teams were traveling to a tournament in Fort Stockton when their bus collided with a truck. All of the victims have been identified, and the bus driver is also injured. Nine people in a van of New Mexico state university’s golf team were killed after crashing into a tractor-trailer on U.S. 84. The accident happened near the West Texas community of Fowlerton, a rural community about 100 miles southeast of San Antonio. The driver tried to move to the center lane to pass slower traffic, despite the lack of lines separating lanes, but lost control and crashed.