HOUSTON (KIAH) — A 3-year-old died after the car he was traveling in with his family rolled over on the South Freeway near downtown Houston early Monday morning.

It happened around midnight on the State Highway 288 northbound lanes near the I-69 interchange.

Six kids were inside the vehicle at the time of the accident, including kids ages 7, 3 and a 3-month-old.

 Police said a 29-year-old woman was driving a black Chevy Tahoe, and her drunk 39-year-old husband on the passenger side of the vehicle, got into an argument while on the road.

“The male grabbed the steering wheel and pulled on it,” HPD commander Michael Chaney said. “When that happened, the vehicle rolled over, struck the wall and rolled. And the 3-year-old inside the vehicle hit his head.”

After the rollover, all passenger of the car were transported to a nearby trauma center. Two of the kids were in critical condition, while three others were in stable condition. The 3-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene.

The woman driver was taken to the hospital in stable condition, while her husband was not injured.

Chaney said the woman driving the SUV was not intoxicated.

No charges have been filed yet as the investigation continues.