TikToker Gabriel Salazar, who died after police chase, was carrying unlawful immigrants

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The 19-year-old TikTok star who died in a fiery crash after a police chase final Sunday was apparently bringing migrants from the Southern border on the time of the deadly wreck, cops stated.

Gabriel Salazar was fleeing police north on U.S. 83 when he ran off the street, rolled over, and his automobile ignited in Zavala County, in accordance with experiences. The space is about 90 minutes from the Mexican border.

“[W]e have been notified by Homeland Security Investigations that 3 out of the 4 males that died as a result of the accident were identified as illegal immigrants from Mexico,” the Zavala County Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post.

Salazar and three other people died in the crash in Zavala County, Texas.
Salazar and three different individuals died within the crash in Zavala County, Texas.
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Salazar and three Mexican nationals have been pronounced useless on the scene.

Gen-Z social media personalities grieved on TikTok and Instagram.

“Yeah, it’s a smuggling situation is what it looks like,” a regulation enforcement supply told the Houston Chronicle. “We’ve had smuggling crashes in Del Rio and by Eagle Pass, Uvalde, but the majority are there in Carrizo and Crystal City, along [U.S.] 83 all the way down to Ashton.”