Brownfield woman dies in crash with semi

Brownfield woman dies in crash with semi

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One woman is dead and three children are injured following a crash in Terry County Sunday.

Martha Lou Depoyster, 52 of Brownfield, was pronounced deceased at South Plains Forensic Pathology.

DPS reports Depoyster's minivan crossed the center stripe going southbound on US 385. A semi-trailer going northbound tried to avoid hitting the van, but the vehicles collided, causing the semi to roll onto its side.

Three children were in the van were restrained in the van.  A three year old and nine year old were transported to Covenant Hospital in Levelland, both in stable condition.  A third nine year old was transported to Brownfield Regional Medical Center also in stable condition. 

The driver of the semi Jose Alvaro Arreola Beltran, 43 of Tuscon, AZ, was not injured.

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