The Texas authorities have filed charges against the son of a famous street racer in connection with a collision that seriously injured two people in March.
Ronald Gray Pace III faces two tough racing counts, causing serious bodily injury for allegedly beating two pedestrians during an illegal street race, the Houston County Sheriff office said.
His father is Ronnie & # 39; Barefoot & # 39; Pace, known for his appearance in the Street Outlaws of the Discovery Channel series.
The younger Pace has not yet been arrested and is expected to surrender himself.
One of the injured men, Terry Golden, told ABC that he was unable to work due to his injuries.
& # 39; The shoulder broke out, the hip was replaced, the left ankle and two discs in my back creaked, & # 39; said Golden.
& # 39; I saw the car coming, I ran and was still hit. & # 39;
The Texas authorities have filed charges against Ronald Gray Pace III, the son of a famous street racer, in connection with a collision in which two people (circled in red) were seriously injured in Houston on March 17.
One of the men who was injured, Terry Golden (photo), said he was unable to work due to injuries
HCSO announced Tuesday's indictment of Pace III over Twitter and shared a video of the incident
& # 39; The shoulder broke out, the hip was replaced, the left ankle and two discs in my back creaked, & # 39; said Golden (photo). & # 39; I saw the car coming, I ran and was still hit & # 39;
HCSO announced Tuesday's indictment of Pace III over Twitter and shared a video of the incident.
& # 39; Ronald Gray Pace III faces 2 charges for street racing on the street, causing serious bodily injury from this crash on 17/19/19 on a public road in Northwest Harris County, & # 39; department tweette.
& # 39; Two men were seriously injured and are furtunate (sic) to live. # hounews & # 39;
The video showed a street race crash that took place on March 17 in a business park in the 10111 block of Houston Oaks.
According to the police, one of the & # 39; s drivers in the video is Pace III.
The video shows a car that the police said was driven by Pace III and crashed into a truck that had been parked in its path since the morning.
The car pushes the truck, which hits the pedestrians, while another vehicle passes quickly.
The video shows a car that the police said was driven by Pace III and collided with a truck (pictured) that had been parked off its path since the morning
Pace III is accused of driving a red car (pictured), which hit the parked truck and which both hit the pedestrians. The incident was recorded on camera
The red car that was said to have been driven by Pace III is shown
The red car that Pace III said he was driving sustained considerable damage (pictured)
The front, sides, and back of the red car were all damaged during the collision, causing Tuner and another person to be seriously injured
Golden, who has been a street racing fan for 30 years, said he no longer cares about the sport.
On the night he was hit by the car, many extreme sport fans gathered in that area for a legally sanctioned TX2K motorsport event in Baytown, KHOU11 reported.
& # 39; I wish I wasn't there, I should have gone home to be honest with you, & # 39; he said.
Authorities are still working to identify the second driver in the video and to put that person in custody.
Pace III is the son of Ronnie & # 39; Barefoot & # 39; Pace (photo), known for his appearance on the Discovery Channel series & # 39; Street Outlaws & # 39;
& # 39; If you participate in a race and someone dies or is seriously injured, it is a second-degree crime. Period. You don't have to be the striking car. Mr Pace was the striking car. The other person was not, but he will face the same penalty kick, "said Harris County Assistant District Attorney Sean Teare.
& # 39; In this time, video is our best friend, and the Sheriff's department has collected a lot of videos in this case, which helped.
If Pity and the other director are convicted of the charges, they can each be in jail for between two and twenty years.
Pace III is confronted with two serious racial counts, causing serious physical injury. If Pace and the other director are convicted of charges, they can each be in jail for between two and twenty years. The site of the March 17 crash in a business park in the 10111 block of Houston Oaks is shown