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Wave-Power Waters: Boyd and Texas Highway

wave-power waters: Four victims were dead at the scene, Boyd said, according to Vancouver Courier. He said at least one and possibly two others died at a hospital. The SUV carrying 14 people went out of control at more than 100 mph and overturned on Texas Highway 85, ejecting most of the occupants, Dimmit County Sheriff Marion Boyd said.article continues below Trending Stories Neptune 5 testing the wave-power waters off Point Grey Greater Vancouver home prices to drop 21 per cent by 2019 analysis East Side businesses feeling the pinch Your Fortis BC bill isn't going up next month From what we can tell the vehicle ran off the road and caught gravel and then tried to recorrect, Boyd said, adding that caused the vehicle to turn over several times. The Border Patrol said in a statement Sunday night that two other vehicles had been travelling alongside the SUV earlier in the day. The border agent stopped one of the vehicles and another agent stopped a second one. An agent suspected they were conducting a smuggling event, according to the statement, which did not elaborate. ( As reported in the news.