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UPDATE Teen in Vidor crash has died
UPDATE: TEEN IN VIDOR CRASH HAS DIED
Vidor police say 16-year-old Alexandria Nicole Bertrand, known as Lexy, has died.
Investigators say she and her mother, April Bertrand, 30, of Vidor, were stopped at a red light at the intersection of Hwy 90 and Main Street near railroad tracks when a driver of Mercury Sable came speeding from behind, launched into the air and landed on the Bertrands minivan.
Police say Kelvin Lee Roy was the driver of the Mercury Sable. Investigators say his Sable tore the roof off the minivan, mostly on the passenger's side, when it landed on the minivan..
After hitting the minivan, police say Roy's car rolled down the road for about 150 feet before coming to rest.
Police say Lexy Bertrand was torn from the minivan during the crash. She later died at a local hospital. Her mother suffered minor injuries.
The driver of the other car has serious injuries and is at a local hospital.
The crash comes as many in the the Southeast Texas community are mourning the deaths of two Lumberton sisters -- 15-year-old Courtney Sterling and 20-year-old Connely Burns, along with Burns' unborn child. They died in a crash on Monday. They were hit by a driver, police say, was traveling between 121 and 150 mph.
Previous reports below:
KFDM News - According to a Vidor police dispatcher, three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash that occurred at the corner of Highway 90 and S. Main at 9:45 p.m. Friday. KFDM News will bring you more information as it becomes available.
BREAKING NEWS: We've learned of a crash in Vidor. The crash involved at least two vehicles. It happened near the Vidor exit, off I-10. The crash was near Hwy 105, Hwy 90 and S. Main Street, near the railroad tracks.
KFDM Photographer John King took this photo at the scene. Stay with KFDM News for updates.