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Abilene Police investigating multi-vehicle crash that injured four people

Four people were transported to the hospital; two of the four were airlifted to the Metroplex with serious injuries, according to the APD.
Credit: APD

ABILENE, Texas — The Abilene Police Department Traffic Division is investigating a multi-vehicle crash that sent four people to the hospital, with two being air-lifted to the Metroplex with serious injuries.

According to an APD news release, just after 11 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, a blue Dodge Charger was traveling at a high rate of speed eastbound on Ambler Avenue. A blue PT Cruiser was heading north on Treadaway Boulevard and was turning onto Ambler with a green light when it was struck by the oncoming Charger, which had disobeyed the red light.

After colliding with the PT Cruiser, the Charger proceeded into the oncoming lane, striking a white Cadillac. The Charger rolled onto its top, ejecting the driver before coming to rest on Ambler.

The occupants of the vehicles were:

PT Cruiser – driven by Anthony Carrasco, 27, of Abilene; sole occupant.

Cadillac – driven Sema' J Davis, 21, of Abilene; sole occupant.

Dodge Charger – driven by Simon Secundino, 19, of Abilene (not wearing seatbelt); passenger 17-year-old female (was wearing seatbelt); and possibly a third passenger who may have fled the scene.

All four involved were transported to the hospital with injuries. The driver of the Cadillac, Sema' J DavisDavis, and the driver of the Charger, Simon Secundino, were both care-flighted to the Metroplex with serious injuries.

This is an ongoing investigation. Abilene Police said in the release that no citations have been issued and no arrests have been made.