3 critically injured, 7 flee after truck accident near Santa Rosa

SANTA ROSA — Three men are in critical condition after the truck they were passengers in rolled over.

Seven other occupants of the truck remain at large, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety who is currently investigating the crash.

The accident happened this morning at 6:23 a.m. on F.M. 1425 south of S.H. 107 east of Santa Rosa. Preliminary investigation revealed the 2002 brown Chevrolet Silverado had 10 people inside as it headed south on F.M. 1425.

DPS says the driver was speeding at a curve when he lost control and veered onto the eastside shoulder and into an open field. Three men were transported Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen and are listed in critical condition.

The other seven are being searched for via a DPS aircraft and U.S. Border Patrol.