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Country singer Kylie Rae Harris was going about 102 mph at the time of her fatal crash, authorities said.
Harris, 30, was on her way to the Big Barn Dance in Taos, N.M., when she allegedly caused a three-vehicle collision with 16-year-old Maria Elena Cruz and another vehicle.
The article goes on to state the following:
Harris and Cruz died at the scene, while the third driver was reportedly unharmed.
The article states that Taos County Sheriff’s Office were able to determine the speed of the vehicles by examining vehicle data recorders. They said Harris was traveling 102 mph when she rear-ended one vehicle, then veered into the oncoming traffic and hit Cruz head-on at 95 mph.
Cruz was only traveling 51 mph at the time of the crash. Her father, a Taos County firefighter/EMT, discovered his own daughter was dead when he responded to the crash.
The Sheriff’s Office is reportedly still awaiting a toxicology report before determining if Harris was also intoxicated at the time of the crash.
Maria Elena Cruz, 16, was a sophomore at Taos High School. https://t.co/qSL2QhGznJ
— KOB 4 (@KOB4) September 7, 2019
Don’t forget – if she’d survived, Kylie Rae Harris would be charged at least with vehicular manslaughter for killing a 16-year-old girl. Doing 102 mph and had a history of drinking and driving… So senseless… https://t.co/4AO8PTMTrO
— Matthew Betley (@MatthewBetley) September 23, 2019
Pictured: Teen girl who died in car crash that also killed country singer Kylie Rae Harris was daughter of a first responder called to the scene https://t.co/7XUJad7eeM
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) September 6, 2019
Country singer Kylie Rae Harris died Wednesday night in a car crash in northern New Mexico. She was 30.
Hours before her tragic death she posted this on her Instagram Story. I’ll warn you: It’s tough to watch back knowing what would happen to her next. pic.twitter.com/wz2rHyrxjF
— Dave Quinn (@NineDaves) September 6, 2019
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