6 dead on roadways in recent days

Six people have lost their lives in recent days on Permian Basin roadways.

On Tuesday, 22-year-old Celeste Pamela Adrianzen-Calderon of Fort Stockton was killed around 10 a.m. when she failed to navigate a slight curve on U.S. 385 30 miles south of Ft. Stockton in Pecos County. According to DPS, her Chevrolet Suburban veered off the east side of the road, she over-corrected and the vehicle rolled.

A 17-year-old passenger was taken to Medical Center Hospital in serious condition, DPS reported.

On Thursday, Stephanie Ann Stokes, 25, of Andrews died in a collision a couple of miles outside of Midland on Highway 80 around 3:40 p.m. According to DPS, an International truck tractor was stopped on Highway 80 blocking both westbound lanes and trying to turn into the eastbound lanes when Stokes’ Ford Bronco hit the rear of the truck tractor despite her attempts to avoid a collision.

The driver of the truck tractor, a 43-year-old man from Midland, was treated at the scene and released.

On Saturday, Liboryo Iglesias, 52, of Lamesa was killed around 1:45 a.m. in Martin County when the driver of a 2012 Kenworth truck and trailer turned from southbound State Highway 176 onto northbound State Highway 349 right in front of his Dodge Journey, DPS reports detail. Iglesias’ vehicle struck the Kenworth’s trailer.

The driver of the Kenworth, a 58-year-old man from Hemstead was uninjured.

Thirty-five minutes later, David Keohavong, a 31-year-old from Rossville, Georgia, was struck and killed by an unknown vehicle that was traveling south on Loop 338 at milepost 284 roughly four miles outside Odessa. According to authorities, Keohavong was intoxicated and in the roadway when he was struck.

Anyone with information is asked to call Odessa Crime Stoppers at 432-333-TIPS or the Texas Department of Public Safety at 432-498-2131.

In addition, the Odessa Police Department responded to a fatal crash shortly before 7 a.m. Monday at FM 1936 and the Interstate 20 south service road and the Midland Police Department investigated a fatal accident that closed all of the railroad crossing from Fairgrounds Road to Terrell Street Monday morning.

More details will be reported as they become available.