On December 4, 2022, Texas DPS responded to a crash on SH 19 near County Road 4764 in Sulphur Springs. A white Toyota Avalon driven by Rebecca Goodson (69) was stopped and was waiting to turn left onto CR 4764. Another white Toyota Avalon driven by Celestino Reina (60) was stopped behind Goodson. Ms. Goodson reports that she looked into her mirror and observed a UHaul truck approaching her at a speed and distance she believed would cause the driver to be unable to stop before causing a crash. Due to factors still under investigation, the UHaul, driven by Gerald Adams (60), struck the back of the Toyota Avalon driven by Celestino Reina. The impact caused the unit to veer NW into the southbound lane of SH 19. As it entered the southbound lane, the Avalon struck a Kia Soul driven by Terry Williams (69). After impact with the Kia Soul, the Avalon spun slightly clockwise as it continued into the southbound lane. It was then struck by a black Cadillac Escalade driven by Brian Feiden (47) and was pushed south in the southbound lane of travel where it came to rest. The Kia Soul continued traveling south and entered a spin, veering off the roadway to the west and traveling through a pipe fence, striking it with the back of the vehicle. The Escalade continued southwest and spun counter-clockwise as it entered the bar ditch. After the initial impact with the Avalon driven by Reina, the UHaul continued north and struck the white Avalon driven by Goodson. It then veered northwest and traveled across the roadway before entering the bar ditch. After being struck by the UHaul truck, the white Avalon driven by Goodson was pushed northwest and traveled across the roadway into the west bar ditch where it came to rest. Celestino Reina and his wife Celia (60), were killed along with their daughter Maria Reina (32) and grandson, who were passengers in the vehicle. Rebecca Goodson and her passenger, Joyce Moore (72), both reported injuries and were transported to a local hospital. Terry Williams and his passenger Debbie Dixson-Williams both suffered injuries and were transported to a local hospital. Brian Feiden and his occupants in the black Escalade, Elizabeth Feiden (51), Cole Feiden (17), and Randal Adams(23), all reported injuries. The UHaul driver, Gerald Adams, reported no injuries. According to CBS 19, the cause of the crash is still under investigation.