Several dead in car crash near Texas border
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A vehicle carrying 14 people flipped during a chase involving Border Patrol agents in south Texas, News 4 San Antonio reported, killing at least five undocumented migrants.

Dimmit County Sheriff Marion Boyd said the SUV crashed off Highway 85 in Big Wells, Texas, according to News 4. 

Boyd said Border Patrol agents began chasing the SUV around noon, and then a Dimmit County sheriff's deputy took over, CNN reported. The car was traveling around 100 miles per hour, according to Boyd. 

Twelve people were ejected when the car crashed. Four died as a result and a fifth died at the hospital.

Five people were taken to San Antonio Military Medical Center, including the driver, who is believed to be a U.S. citizen. Another passenger, who is also believed to be a U.S. citizen, is currently in custody, according to News 4.

Four more were transported to local hospitals, News 4 reported.

Footage of the scene showed a charred Chevrolet SUV and several law enforcement vehicles.

This is a breaking news story.