RENDON, Texas (AP) — Authorities have identified four people killed in a massive wreck in North Texas that left at least six others injured.
The wreck was triggered around midnight Saturday when a disabled SUV on the side of the road was struck by another vehicle. The Tarrant County Sheriff's Office said Monday there were four vehicles involved, with eight people packed in one of them.
Alsbury Baptist Church in Burleson previously said 43-year-old youth pastor Brian Jennings was killed after stopping to assist the driver of the SUV. Also killed were the SUV's driver, 24-year-old Breanna Mitchell of Lillian; 42-year-old Hollie Boyles; and 21-year-old Shelby Boyles. Sheriff's officials could not confirm the relationship between the Boyles women. The wreck occurred close to their home near Rendon, 15 miles southeast of Fort Worth.
Sheriff's spokesman Terry Grisham has said authorities believe alcohol was likely a factor in the wreck.