Authorities in charge of the investigation from the Texas Highway Authority have released a statement that has identified the individual killed in a single-vehicle accident in Corpus Christi, TX on Saturday, June 1st, 2013. Police believe Kelles Myers was killed when the vehicle he operated experienced a loss of control for reasons currently under investigation while navigating Highway 358. The vehicle left the roadway whereupon it struck a pole and rolled to its side.
Scene of the Accident
The report does not clarify if Kelles Myers was killed instantly in the accident or if he was possibly transported by emergency response personnel to a nearby hospital where he succumbed to the injuries inflicted on him in the accident. The cause of the single-vehicle accident is currently under active investigation by personnel from local and state agencies. Authorities hope any eyewitnesses that have not yet come forward will do so in an effort to aid investigators in better understanding the nature of the accident.
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