Javier Galvan Death: Javier Galvan is Not Dead But Hospitalized After Car Accident

Javier Galvan, award-winning singer, songwriter and founding member of the internationally acclaimed group Fama has become a subject of death hoax. After his involvement in a fatal car accident, rumor has been circulating that the award-winning singer has passed away.

Javier Galvan is still alive but hospitalized, information reaching us is that he is in the hospital and responding to the treatment administered.

Javier Galvan is an award-winning singer, songwriter and founding member of the internationally acclaimed group Fama. After 25 years with the group, he decided to retire in 2009 to spend more time with his family and pursue a calling to serve the Lord as a full-time Christian minister. His ministry work took him throughout the United States, Mexico, Central America and South America. He most recently took his ministry to the airwaves as host of the syndicated radio show “La Fe Cafe con Javier Galvan.”

Javier Galvan was involved in a fatal accident and since then hospitalized with serious injuries. This accident resulted in the death of a 7-year-old girl and 2 others. Name of the deceased are 7-year-old Adalynn R. Muniz, Marissa Ramos, 20, and Cissy Ramos, 46, of Plainview.

According to reports, Francisco Galvan Trevino, 51, of San Antonio was driving eastbound in a 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe when he attempted to pass several vehicles and crashed head on with a 2020 Ford Edge carrying five people, causing the vehicle to catch fire. The incident occurred on Highway 153, six miles west of Winters at approximately 10:19pm Sunday night, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).

Galvan was taken to Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene with serious and incapacitating injuries and other occupant of the vehicle who are still alive has been transported to Hendrick Medical Center with critical injuries. Details about the cause of accident is still under investigation.

We mourn with those who lost their loved ones in this fatal car crash, our thoughts and prayers are with them.

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