Garland, TX — A young man died last week after his car was in a wreck along Buckingham Road with two other vehicles. Police identified the man who died as Isai Gonzalez, 20 years old, and said that he lost control of his car last Thursday night, November 20, 2014.
According to their reports, Gonzalez was driving a Honda Civic east along Buckingham road last Thursday night at about 10:30 p.m. when he lost control near Jupiter Road.
His Honda swerved over the median and crashed into a tree, then spun back into the westbound lanes. There, it crashed into two other cars: a Nissan Maxima and a Chevy Cavalier. Both people in the Nissan and the Chevy were treated for mild injuries, but Isai Gonzalez was killed immediately.
The cause of this accident is still being investigated.
Scene of the Accident
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