SAN ANTONIO — A man in his 60s died and three others were hurt following a multi-vehicle highway crash that briefly closed down a stretch of I-35 in Selma for some time Tuesday morning.
Officers with the Selma Police Department responded to the area shortly before 8 a.m., where they found a trio of wrecked cars as well as the victims. The three hurt individuals, whose ages weren't disclosed by authorities, were taken to local hospitals to be treated for minor injuries.
The 63-year-old man pronounced dead at the scene was later identified as Marvin Rose.
Selma officers, along with Texas Department of Public Safety troopers, are working to investigate how the deadly crash unfolded.
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