Three friends from Texas, all 18, die in an accident after a teenage driver crashes into the back of a van

Caringtin Mosley, 18 (pictured) of Batson, was driving his Chrysler 200 2013 along a highway to the 787 market, near Saratoga, with three of his friends on Sunday night, when he crashed into the back of the truck.

Three teenagers from Texas died in a horror accident after one of the friends collided from behind with a van.

Caringtin Mosley, 18, of Batson, drove her 2013 Chrysler 200 along a farm road to market 787, near Saratoga, with three of her friends on Sunday night, when it hit the rear of the car. the van.

Mosley was killed, along with two of his passengers; Alix Neel, 18, of Batson and Garrett Saulters, 18, of Votaw. His third passenger, Jaron Benavides de Kountze, 17, was transported by helicopter to St. Elizabeth hospital with serious injuries.

Caringtin Mosley, 18 (pictured) of Batson, was driving his Chrysler 200 2013 along a highway to the 787 market, near Saratoga, with three of his friends on Sunday night, when he crashed into the back of the truck.

Caringtin Mosley, 18 (pictured) of Batson, was driving his Chrysler 200 2013 along a highway to the 787 market, near Saratoga, with three of his friends on Sunday night, when he crashed into the back of the truck.

Mosley was killed, along with two of his passengers; Alix Neel, 18, (left) of Batson and Garrett Saulters, 18, of Votaw (right)

The Texas Department of Public Safety states that a 2015 Nissan Rogue had been traveling west along FM 787, followed by the 2003 Chrysler van, when it stopped to turn left on Hunter Road, 12 News New reports.

When the Nissan and the Chrysler stopped, Mosley's car crashed into the backside with such force that it pushed the truck toward the Nissan across the street, and sent the Chrysler car spinning into traffic in the opposite direction, where it was hit by a 2003 Ford.

The elderly drivers of the Chrysler van; Kenneth Mathews, 71, of Beaumont, and the Ford; Arthur McMahon, 75, of Thicket, was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital with serious injuries.

The Nissan driver, Margaret McAdams of Saratoga, 74, was not injured.

Researchers are now working to determine the exact cause of the vehicle's multiple accident.

A 2015 Nissan Rogue had been traveling west along FM 787, followed by the 2003 Chrysler pickup, when it stopped to turn left on Hunter Road and Mosley's car crashed in the back (police on the scene of the accident)

A 2015 Nissan Rogue had been traveling west along FM 787, followed by the 2003 Chrysler pickup, when it stopped to turn left on Hunter Road and Mosley's car crashed in the back (police on the scene of the accident)

A 2015 Nissan Rogue had been traveling west along FM 787, followed by the 2003 Chrysler pickup, when it stopped to turn left on Hunter Road and Mosley's car crashed in the back (police on the scene of the accident)

Mosley's car crashed into the backside with such force that it pushed the truck toward the Nissan in the front, and sent the Chrysler car spinning to oncoming traffic, where it was hit by a 2003 Ford

Mosley's car crashed into the backside with such force that it pushed the truck toward the Nissan in the front, and sent the Chrysler car spinning to oncoming traffic, where it was hit by a 2003 Ford

Mosley's car crashed into the backside with such force that it pushed the truck toward the Nissan in the front, and sent the Chrysler car spinning to oncoming traffic, where it was hit by a 2003 Ford

A funeral for Saulters will be held on Friday, September 14 at Cochran Funeral Home in Livingston, Texas, with visits starting on Thursday.

He is survived by his son, Greyson Cole Saulters, his parents, Gerald Heith Saulters and his stepmother, Angela Saulters, his mother Michelle Lynn Madison and his stepfather, Tad Price of Schulenburg; sister, Kayla Diane Turner, brother, Jamie Heith Saulters of Saratoga and another brother, Wyatt Williams of Schulenburg.

His grandmother, Carylon Cessna Willis, has also established a GoFundMe to pay for his funeral costs.

"I love you Garrett Saulters !!!!!! you were full of life You had the biggest heart, and that smile of eating would not illuminate the whole room, I'll miss you!" His friend Ashton Hogan wrote in tribute.

Other taxes have reached teenagers, who graduated from Hardin-Jefferson high school earlier this year.

Hunter Denton, who seems to have been dating Mosley, described Sunday as the "worst day king of my life."

A funeral for Saulters will be held on Friday, September 14 at the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel in Livingston, Texas, with visits starting on Thursday.

A funeral for Saulters will be held on Friday, September 14 at the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel in Livingston, Texas, with visits starting on Thursday.

A funeral for Saulters will be held on Friday, September 14 at the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel in Livingston, Texas, with visits starting on Thursday.

Other taxes have reached teenagers, who graduated from Hardin-Jefferson high school earlier this year. Hunter Denton, who seems to have been dating Mosley (left and right), described Sunday as the "worst day king of my life"

Others paid tribute to Neel, who recently graduated from Hardin Jefferson High School, where he was a member of the Lady Hawk basketball team.

Others paid tribute to Neel, who recently graduated from Hardin Jefferson High School, where he was a member of the Lady Hawk basketball team.

Others paid tribute to Neel, who recently graduated from Hardin Jefferson High School, where he was a member of the Lady Hawk basketball team.

"Today he took away a beautiful blessing from my life," he wrote. & # 39; And this girl will always have a special place in my heart.

& # 39; Words can only describe the memories we would have shared. Now I will stay and live for you. I love you more than words can describe. "

Kensie Allyn added: "She was my sun in my darkest days."

Several friends also praised his incredible singing voice and passion for life.

Others paid tribute to Neel, who recently graduated from Hardin Jefferson High School, where he was a member of the Lady Hawk basketball team.

She was deeply religious and attended Praise Church regularly where she met several of her friends.

She is survived by her three sisters and parents.

"Alix Neel, you are my friend forever," wrote Emma Cannon. & # 39; I observe how God saved you, and I observed that He used you to draw others to Him. You were very young, but you had so many lives with your faith. my heart is full knowing that you are resting in the arms of God tonight. ripping, I'll see you again someday.

The Hardin-Jefferson Independent School District has released a statement honoring teens and offering to offer counselors to their peers.

"We send our deepest condolences to our HJ and West Hardin families for the loss of the three teenagers who tragically lost last night," the statement said.

"Please, have these families in your thoughts and pray for peace as you go through the unimaginable."

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