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2 killed in Fort Worth drunk driving accident

Two residents of Forest Hill, Texas, were killed in a two-vehicle accident on Sunday, November 1 when an alleged drunk driver struck their car in a residential area. The victims were identified as 76-year-old George Moon and 63-year-old Beverly Gayle Moon.

According to preliminary investigations, George Moon began feeling ill on Sunday morning and decided to go to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. Moon’s 45-year-old niece, along with her adult daughter, went to Moon’s home in order to take Moon and his wife to the hospital.

Moon and his wife, who were backseat passengers in the car operated by the niece’s daughter, were killed when 23-year-old Florida resident Jose Salinas-Gomez hit their car in a sport utility vehicle. Salinas-Gomez now faces charges of intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault.