A 23-year-old SUV driver faces intoxication manslaughter charges in a wreck early Sunday that killed two passengers in a car and injured two others.
Jose Salinas-Gomez of Florida also faces charges of intoxication assault in the wreck that occurred about 3 a.m. Sunday at Hartman Road and Richard Street in a residential neighborhood.
Salinas-Gomez was driving an SUV that collided with a car carrying four people, police said.
Two of the car’s passengers were killed. One was identified Monday as George Moon, 76, of Forest Hill. The name of a 63-year-old woman had not been released by Monday evening by the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office.
The car’s driver and another passenger were taken to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth. Their conditions were not available Monday.
Forest Hill police did not report why Gomez was in Tarrant County.
The department’s criminal investigation division “is conducting background follow-up on all the ‘before’ activities of all people involved,” police Capt. J.W. Cozby said Monday in an email.
Salinas-Gomez was in the Forest Hill Jail on Monday with bail set at $250,000 in each intoxication manslaughter case and $125,000 in each intoxication assault case.