A man who had been extradited twice is behind prohibits after gate-crashing his vehicle into another car while on narcotics, killing a Texas teenager who was on her practice to the movies with her family.

Edy Lopez-Hernandez, 27, was charged with “murder, intoxication assault and failure to stop and interpret aid in connection with the crash” after he gate-crashed into the vehicle carrying 17 -year-old Britney Baez and their own families on Saturday.

Houston Police Department did Lopez-Hernandez fled the site of the disintegrate with his 2-year-old son, who was in the car. A witness stopped Lopez-Hernandez and told him to return to the disintegrate stage, KTRK reported.

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Baez’s sister, Nicole Baez, told KTRK that she was in the backseat with her sister when a vehicle slammed into the rear of such vehicles the latter are traveling in.

“We were on the way and we just stopped at that dawn, ” Nicole Baez recalled.

“I merely remember sitting down on the sidewalk, my mom was still bellowing my sister’s reputation. I can listen my father ask questions ocean. I could sort of encounter people around me, that’s when my arm started killing me, ” she continued.

Edy Lopez-Hernandez was accused in connection with the accident. ( Houston Police Department)

Their father was critically injured in the collision and was in a hospital’s intensive care unit.

Police suggested Lopez-Hernandez was detained and transported to a infirmary once he returned to the scene of the crash. At research hospitals investigators measured he was “under the influence of narcotics.” His toddler son was also taken to a hospital for treatment.

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A law enforcement told KTRK that Lopez-Hernandez appeared to be driving at 70 mph at the moment of its crash. Enters showed the “hes been” extradited two times.

A law enforcement told KTRK that Lopez-Hernandez appeared to be driving at 70 mph at the moment of its disintegrate. Chronicles pictured the “hes been” deported two times.

Baez’s family has set up a GoFundMe to assistance pay for funeral costs.

“We’re going to always think of you and you’re going to always be in our souls, ” Baez’s cousin, Nancy Gomez, told KTRK.

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