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Crossing US90 turns fatal

The front of the SUV is crushed into the ground by a broadside from a Kenworth, the intersection is controlled on both sides of the highway by stop signs. Carranza-Sanchez showed no signs of life on scene. Brown was not injured. The case remains open and under investigation by the Vehicular Crimes Division of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

CROSBY – The intersection of US 90 and Bohemian Hall is no stranger to accidents and on January 27 a fatality there demonstrated why extra attention is required when crossing the busy US highway.

At about 6:15 a.m. Sharna Brown of Livingston was driving a Kenworth towing a semitrailer eastbound in the 5900 block of US 90. Meanwhile, Roger A. Carranza-Sanchez of Conroe drove a Trailblazer on Bohemian Hall toward Crosby. The trailblazer failed to yield at the stop signs, according to P.W. Lillibridge’s investigation for the Vehicular Crimes Division of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.