Driver flashed gun at teens before deadly crash in north Houston, deputies say

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- A driver wanted for chasing three teenagers in a SUV before a deadly crash apparently flashed a semi-automatic weapon, deputies said late Tuesday.

Harris County Sheriff's Office said a woman was killed when a 14-year-old driving a GMC Acadia ran a red light and smashed into her Ford F-150 in north Houston.

Before the crash, deputies said the three teens were throwing eggs at vehicles. A driver, whose car was damaged by the eggs, decided to chase the teens.

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said the search is on for the driver of a late-model 1970s Lincoln Continental, either gold or yellow in color with a white top.

The suspect is described as being a Hispanic male in his late 20s with a tattoo on his left forearm and elbow.

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Deputies are working through the night to recreate the deadly crash which unfolded on Aldine Mail Route Road on New Year's Day.

Tuesday night, deputies were working to reconstruct the crash that happened around 11 a.m. on Aldine Mail Route Road near Aldine Westfield.

If you have any information regarding the driver, call the sheriff's office at 713-221-6000.

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