Canyon, TX — Local news affiliates with the Amarillo Globe News have stated that the man who was killed last Thursday near Canyon has been identified. 33-year old Ryan Webber was reportedly killed on Thursday night (June 28, 2013) after his pickup truck lost control just north of Canyon and crashed into a bridge pillar.
Sources said that Webber was driving south along I-27 near the Highway 87 connector at about 10:25 p.m. when he lost control of his Chevrolet pickup truck for unknown reasons and left the interstate. The truck then crashed into a bridge pillar and Webber was killed instantly. DPS troopers making the report noted that another fatal accident at this location had happened in recent years.
The matter is expected to be investigated further and there were no other people in Webber’s pickup truck.
Scene of the Accident
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