Man involved in TX crash that killed three reportedly in country illegally

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 11:17 AM

A TX Dept of Public Safety spokesman told the Dallas Morning News Tuesday that a van driven by Margarito Quintero, thirty-three, swerved into the northbound lane on State Highway seventy, hitting fire Capt.

A man involved in a crash that killed a TX volunteer firefighter and his two children latest week was reportedly in the country illegally.

A TX Dept of Public Safety spokesman told the Dallas Morning News Tuesday that a van driven by Margarito Quintero, thirty-three, swerved into the northbound lane on State Highway seventy, hitting fire Capt. Peter Hacking’s car. Quintero didn’t have a license.

Hacking and his children – ages four and twenty-two months – died at the scene of the accident. Quintero and two others who were in the van were taken to Baylor Regional Medical Middle in Plano with serious injuries.

DPS spokesman Lonny Haschel told the paper Tuesday that Quintero could be charged with criminal negligent homicide by the time executive complete the investigation of the accident.

According to U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Quintero is a Mexican citizen who entered the U. S. illegally close Laredo in August two thousand six. He was arrested on criminal charges and deported in two thousand eight.

ICE said it's number record of encountering Quintero since his 2008 deportation. ICE spokesman Carl Rusnok told the Morning News an immigration detainer will be placed on him if he’s placed into custody.

A GoFundMe page was setup for Hacking’s family to assistance with funeral costs and other expenses for his children. As of early Thursday more than $20.000 had been raised.

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