A fund is in place to help the family of a Morton woman, killed in an accident over the weekend.
DPS troopers say Estella Honesto, 29, was killed when her vehicle struck a tractor trailer head on. Investigators believe she may have crossed into oncoming traffic, while passing another vehicle.
Honesto was not wearing a seatbelt, and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the semi suffered minor injuries.
Donations to the Estella Honesto Memorial Fund will be accepted at City Bank of Morton.
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