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Authorities release identities of two killed in Henderson County wreck

HENDERSON COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -

Two people were killed in a wreck in Henderson County Sunday.

According to authorities with the Texas Highway Patrol, troopers responded to a three-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 175, five miles southeast of Athens.

The preliminary crash investigation revealed that the driver of a 2004 Honda Accord, identified as Ingrid Munoz Perdomo of Jacksonville was traveling northwest on Highway 175 when she lost control of her vehicle on the icy road and crossed over the center stripe into the path of an 18-wheeler, driven by David Roberts, 62, of Larue.

The initial crash caused Perdomo's vehicle to travel back into the westbound lane where it collided with a 2012 Nissan Juke, driven by Lynn Lou Ann Shepherd, 43, of Sanger, according to officials.

Highway Patrol officials said Ingrid Perdomo was pronounced dead at the scene by Judge Randy Daniels, her body was taken to Caroll and Lehr Funeral Home in Athens.  A passenger, identified as Brandon Munoz, 3, of Jacksonville was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead by Dr. Bywaters.  His body was also taken to Caroll and Lehr Funeral Home in Athens. 

Another passenger, a 2-year-old female, was transported to a local hospital in stable condition.

Roberts was not injured in the crash.

Shepherd was transported to a local hospital where she was treated and released.  Two girls in Shepherd's vehicle, ages 9 and 11 years-old, were also transported to the hospital, treated and released, according to officials.

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