Two Teens Identified Among 8 Victims of Brownsville Migrant Crash

In Brownsville, Texas, the police have disclosed the names of the eight migrants who were tragically killed earlier this month.

The identities of the deceased include two teenagers. According to law enforcement officials, two individuals, identified as Jose Javier Carrio Moreno, 18, and Cristian Jesus Sangranis Rodriguez, 19, lost their lives after being struck by a Range Rover SUV operated by George Alvarez.

Alvarez has been charged with eight counts of manslaughter in connection with the incident. In a recent development, the identities of the other victims have been revealed.

Brayan Garcia, 24; Hector David Medina Medero, 24; Enyerbeth Cabarcas Meza, 23; Luis Jeffrhey Matute Vasquez, 31; Jorge Luis Flores Colina, 48; and Richard Alejandro Bustamante Perez, 27, have been identified as the other individuals who lost their lives in the incident.

According to reports, all of the individuals who lost their lives were Venezuelan nationals, with the exception of Garcia, who was reportedly in the process of migrating from Colombia.

Eleven individuals injured in the May 7 crash have been identified by law enforcement officials. All of the injured parties appear to be males in their 20s, 30s, and 40s.

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