A 2-month-old baby girl from Coleman died in a one-vehicle rollover Sunday in Scurry County, but three other injured children have been released from hospitals.
The three injured children, transported to hospitals in Lubbock and Snyder, were all released Monday afternoon.
Trinity Raelee-Lynn Liebhaber, of Coleman, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident at 5:19 p.m. The accident occurred on U.S. Highway 84 .8 of a mile north of mile marker 414.
Nathaniel Parker, 15, of Coleman, was injured in the accident and was transported to Cogdell Hospital in Snyder.
Two other much younger children were transported to the University Medical Hospital in Lubbock: 1-year-old Alexander Liebhaber, of Coleman; and 2-year-old David Liebhaber, of Coleman.
The driver, Joshua Liebhaber, was southbound of Highway 84, when the back left tire of his 2000 Ford Explorer lost its tread. The vehicle went into a side skid, leaving the roadway to the right, according to the Department of Public Safety.
The vehicle rolled over multiple times, coming to rest in a field.
All of the children were wearing seat belts.