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(CNN)A toddler was killed Friday after a cement truck tumbled over an overpass in Houston and landed on top of the car in which he was traveling, officials said.

The 22-month-old's twin sister survived, along with the two adults who were in the vehicle, Harris County Sheriff's Office Vehicular Crimes Division Lt.
Simon Cheng told CNN affiliate KHOU."The adults were able to exit the vehicle and rescue the girl -- one of the twins -- unfortunately the boy twin was not able to be freed from the vehicle being crushed by the cement truck," he said.Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said deputies had responded to a "major crash" at the intersection of Wood Forest and East Sam Houston Parkway on Friday afternoon. He said the truck lost control, "went over the overpass and landed on top of a vehicle with four occupants." The driver of the Ford pick-up truck was identified as the twins' 54-year-old grandmother, while the front seat passenger was their mother, said Cheng. Read MoreThe two women and the girl were transported to a local hospital in stable condition, according to the sheriff's office. The driver of the cement truck sustained possible injuries but refused transport to a hospital, according to Cheng.She "did not show any signs of impairment or intoxication" and there were no signs of speeding, he said. "She is distraught about the incident, and she is cooperating with the investigation."Cheng said investigations into the crash are continuing. "We do want to conduct a full investigation to see why she lost control or any possible contributing factor on the beltway."

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3 People Killed In West Virginia Plane Crash While Flying To Lebanon County: Reports

Three people have died in a plane crash in West Virginia while flying from Indiana to Pennsylvania, authorities told numerous outlets on Thursday, August 11.

The single-engine 1980 Piper PA-32-301 tail number N720RP crashed in a wooded area near Campbells Run Road in Metz, West Virginia, WV Metro News reports and FlightAware information confirms. 

The crash happened around 7:15 p.m., Marion County Emergency officials told WDTV 5 News

The plane is owned by Skyhawk Associates of Myerstown, Pennsylvania, according to FlightAware. 

The plane was flying from Shawnee Field Airport in Bloomfield, Indiana to Deck Airport in Myerstown, according to the WV Metro News report.  

It took off at 3:43 p.m., according to WFXR, and was confirmed by Daily Voice using flight logs. 

The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the crash, according to Cumberland Times-News. The crash happened about 90 miles outside Pittsburgh, the outlet explains.

The scene was cleared in about two hours according to 5 News. 

Another Piper PA-32 crashed onto a California highway and no one was hurt on Tuesday, August 9. You can see that crash in the video player in the Facebook post below. 

This is approximately the 223 crash in West Virginia in the last 50 years, according to aviation enthusiasts, a map to showing some of the crashes can be viewed in the Facebook post below. 

Additional information on this deadly plane crash has not been released. Follow Daily Voice for updates. 

Editor's Note: The image of a Piper PA-32 is a stock image, but the exact plane that was in the crash can be viewed here

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