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DRIVER OF MASERATI WHICH SPLIT IN TWO AFTER I-45 CRASH HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED

DPS has identified the driver of the Maserati who was killed Tuesday evening after losing control and striking a tree in front of The Woodlands Mall. The driver has been identified as Miguel Mosqueda, 42, of Pearland. Mosqueda died on the scene. He had been traveling close to 90 mph in the HOV lane of southbound I-45 near Lake Woodlands when he lost control, crossed all the lanes of the freeway sideways, and struck a tree in the median between the freeway and feeder. The impact was so great that it split the car into two halves just behind the driver’s seat. DPS is still investigating the circumstances leading up to the crash.

 

EARLIER STORY

At 5:45 pm a Maserati was traveling southbound on I-45 near The Woodlands Mall in the HOV lane at close to 100mph. The driver lost control, came across all lanes of I-45 sideways, and hit a tree in the median. The impact cut the car in two just behind the driver’s seat. A Trooper and passersby pulled the victim from the vehicle and initiated CPR. The 42-year-old driver was pronounced deceased on the scene. The freeway was closed for a short time as Troopers investigated the crash. The feeder remained partially closed until just after 9 pm as Ricky’s Wrecker was tasked with loading the two halves of the car. The driver was transported to the Montgomery County Forensic Center for autopsy. DPS was assisted by MCSO and the Oak Ridge Police Department. A landscape truck traveling south on the feeded was struck by debris as it passed as the vehicle hit the tree. The vehicle only had just over 1400 miles on it.
DPS IS ASKING THE PUBLIC FOR ANY WITNESSES OR ANYONE WHO MAY HAVE GOTTEN DASH CAM VIDEO TO CONTACT HOUSTON AT 281-517-1300

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  1. These cars are known to be unstable, poor undercarriage, poorly made and one of the most unreliable vehicles on the road today. Hanging a hard turn at this speed is pretty common for these garbage vehicles.

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