Fredericksburg, TX — Local news reports stated that a fatal car accident along Highway 16 on Thursday morning (September 12, 2013) left one man dead from Fredericksburg. Police said that Lee Welch was killed about 10 miles southwest of the city early Thursday morning in between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. when his pickup truck was in a head-on collision with a Central Texas Electric Cooperative truck.
The details in the accident were not released by the Texas DPS, who indicated that Welch was driving a Ford Ranger pickup truck north along Highway 16 when he was involved in the head-on wreck with the CTEC truck.
The impact left Welch fatally injured and he passed away just before 9:00 a.m. that morning while the two workers inside the Central Texas Electric Cooperative were taken to a hospital in unknown condition.
Further investigation was expected and no more details were released by the Kerrville Daily Times.
Scene of the Accident
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