Amarillo, Texas - Three children have died as a result of a one vehicle rollover in South Dakota.
Police Chief Everette Little Whiteman of the Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety says Erika Reyes of Amarillo rolled her car Friday on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
Two of her children, 10-year-old Kristol Reyes, and 9-year-old Suheil Reyes died at the scene. One-year-old Maria Reyes died Saturday of injuries.
The cause of the crash near kyle is unknown. But Whiteman says alcohol was not involved and the children were not wearing seat belts.
Erika Reyes was treated at a local hospital but Whiteman did not know if she was still there.
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