Head-On Crash On Texas Highway Kills Four

GLEN ROSE (July 19, 2013)--A car in which five members of a Texas Panhandle family were riding veered head-on into North Texas family’s minivan Friday afternoon west of Glen Rose, killing four and injuring seven others.

The crash happened at around 1:15 p.m. Friday 11 miles west of Glen Rose on U.S. 67, an undivided four-lane highway with a 70-mile-per-hour mph speed limit, the Department of Public Safety said.

DPS Trooper Dub Gillum said it’s not clear why the eastbound passenger car veered into the westbound minivan's path.

Six members of a Bedford family were riding in the minivan on their way to a family reunion in Hamilton, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.

Three of the minivan’s occupants were killed and three teenage passengers were injured.

A woman from Stratford, who was a passenger in the car, also died.

Her husband and three others in the car, including two children, were injured.

The injured victims were taken to hospitals in Fort Worth.