WEST, TX (KLTV) - More details have been released about the crash that killed a 19-year-old Bullard teen and injured three others.
Anna Wegner of Bullard was killed on northbound I-35 near mile marker 348, south of West, Texas, at around 1:40 p.m. on Saturday, according to DPS.
The investigation, led by DPS, determined the Toyota 4runner the teens were traveling in was heading northbound when its tire blew out. The driver lost control of the vehicle and overturned multiple times, ejecting three passengers. During the investigation, it was determined the three passengers were not wearing seatbelts.
The driver and passengers were taken to the hospital, one in critical condition.
The group was traveling to YoungLife's Frontier Ranch in Colorado, according to Texas A&M Young Life's Facebook page.
YoungLife also posted the GoFundMe pages for Blake Rogers and Mackenzie Davis who were both injured in the crash. Rogers reportedly is in a coma and facing extensive medical operations after being thrown from the vehicle. Davis was reportedly ejected from the vehicle and broke her pelvis, foot, and wrist.
Wegner was a part of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority at Texas A&M. The group posted a tribute on their Facebook page that read in part, "She was the life of the party and a ray of sunshine with her beautiful smile and laugh. To know Anna was to love Anna. You will be so deeply missed by our chapter but the impact you have made on so many of us will never be forgotten."