city: When agents tried to make immigration inspections, two of the three vehicles a 2007 Suburban and a 2008 Tahoe led authorities on a high speed chase.article continues below Trending Stories City orders closure of Regent Hotel in Downtown Eastside City wants to curb land speculation along Vancouver's Broadway corridor City looks to buy or expropriate Regent and Balmoral hotels Will there ever be a Great Wolf Lodge in Squamish The Suburban, carrying 14 people and travelling more than 100 mph 161 kph lost control and overturned on Texas Highway 85 as it was entering Big Wells, a town about 100 miles southwest of San Antonio, according to Vancouver Courier. Most of the occupants were ejected. The crash happened Sunday after Border Patrol became suspicious of three vehicles travelling in a convoy between El Indio and Carrizo Springs, Texas, according to a statement from the U.S. Attorney's Office for the western district of Texas. Four passengers died at the scene and another died en route to the hospital. The man driving that SUV, 20-year-old Jorge Luis Monsivais Jr., was among those charged, along with the driver of the vehicle that did not take off when agents approached, 55-year-old Marcial Gomez Santana. The names of the victims have not been released. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.