According to news reports in Milam County, the woman who was killed in a fatal two-car accident on Thursday morning (February 7, 2013) has been identified as 28-year old Kirsten Salerno of College Station. Police said that Salerno was killed in Cameron when her vehicle was hit by an oncoming car along FM 485.
Scene of the Accident
Salerno was reportedly driving west on FM 485 at about 7:15 a.m. on Thursday morning when she was hit by 63-year old Allan Nickel’s oncoming vehicle after he swerved into her lane. The accident, which happened near County Road 132 about 15 miles northwest of Cameron, left Salerno dead immediately and Nickel with unknown injuries. The accident is being investigated further, we’re told. Salerno was a doctoral psychology student at Texas A&M University, reports said.
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