Ten people were killed and 12 injured on Wednesday when a van carrying more than 25 migrant workers crashed in southern Texas, about 90 miles (150 km) from the United States-Mexico border, local media reported.
The van, traveling in Encino, was top heavy and tipped over after it hit a curb, Brooks County Sheriff Urbino Martinez told MyRGVNews.com.
The sheriff said the van was not involved in a pursuit.
The driver died at the scene, Martinez said.
A spokeswoman for Texas Department of Public Safety said she had no immediate information on the incident.