Six killed in High Speed Police Chase
A brief, high-speed police chase that ended in a two-vehicle crash in League City over the weekend, killing six, has left two teenage boys without a father, mother and brother.
Rafael Guerrero, 41, and his wife, Alejandra Guerrero, 38, died Sunday when a Dodge Durango driven by a man wanted by police for drunken driving smashed into their Honda Accord at close to 100 mph, police said. The crash also killed one of the couple's sons, another relative, and the driver and passenger of the Dodge Durango.
The Guerreros' two surviving family members - Sebastian Yanez, 19, and Daniel Guerrero, 16, of Dickinson - have moved in with an aunt because they can't bear to stay in a home filled with so many memories, said Adrian Ponce, 18, a friend of Sebastian's.
"It's just the two brothers left alone," Ponce said. "To have four people wiped out from your life isn't something anyone should have to go through."
Police declined to release the name of the son who was killed Sunday night, but family friends identified him as Luis Angel Guerrero, 13. The fourth passenger was Alejandra Guerrero's brother, Gilberto Ortega Jr., 25, police said.
Ortega lived with the Guerreros, Ponce said.
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Source: Chron "Six killed after high-speed police chase ends in crash in League City". Cindy Horswell, Dale Lezon, August 10, 2014