Camilo Morejon Car Accident – Camilo Morejon, 47, was the driver in a lethal impact in Texas on Sunday morning, and a Facebook Live video presented for him only minutes before the accident seemed to show Morejon drinking brew while driving. The Houston Chronicle detailed that Morejon was the driver of the vehicle and is blamed for causing the lethal accident at 7:53 a.m. on October 25 close to Jersey Village, only northwest of Houston.
The mishap happened in the 12200 square of FM529 and left Morejon in medical clinic in basic condition. His three travelers were totally murdered, the Chronicle detailed. The almost two-minute clasp was taken by the lady sitting in the front seat and presented on Morejon’s Facebook at 7:47 a.m.
Morejon was driving westward on FM529 in a 2012 Honda Accord, as indicated by the Houston Chronicle’s report of court records. These records show that Morejon was going at around 90 mph when he hit a Ford F-150 pickup truck that was voyaging eastward and transforming into a service station. The driver of the pickup was hospitalized with a cerebrum drain and a wrecked arm and is in basic condition, the Chronicle composed. The driver’s name has not been delivered to the general population.
The three perished travelers in Morejon’s vehicle were distinguished as Leosveyka Gonzalez, Massel Rodriguez and Ricardo Rodriguez-Tamayo. Morejon currently faces three checks of inebriation murder with a vehicle and one tally of inebriation attack with a vehicle, openly available reports show.
The video, which was recorded by the lady in the front seat of the vehicle, shows Morejon completing a container of what has all the earmarks of being Corona lager. The lady at that point gets another jug and beverages from it. Pictures presented on Morejon’s Facebook account appear to demonstrate that the lady in the video, Leosveyka Gonzalez, was his sweetheart.
During the video, Morejon can be heard saying in Spanish that he drives better when he drinks.
As indicated by the Chronicle, Morejon’s breath possessed a scent like liquor, examiners stated, and his blood-liquor content was 0.168. Agents were endeavoring to figure out where Morejon got the liquor. Harris County District Attorney’s Office investigator Sean Teare told Click2Houston, “We accept there are presumably three or four bars that are around the zone we accept they were and we are in the process today of heading off to those areas figuring out which ones were contributing variables to this accident.
“It’s extremely uncommon that we see activities of the respondent that nearby so as to an awful accident like that yet it’s what happens it’s what goes on minutes before lives are lost,” Teare said.
Morejon is planned to show up under the watchful eye of the court at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, October 28. He is in genuine condition, Click2Houston announced, so it’s hazy on the off chance that he will show up from the emergency clinic. The outlet revealed that Morejon could confront 80 years in jail in the event that he is indicted.