Update [September 18, 2013]: A recent update from the Weatherford Democrat has stated that alcohol is considered to be a possible factor in this accident. Police are allegedly investigating failure to stop and render air and intoxication manslaughter as possible charges to be filed in the accident. There was no more information released about the driver of the car.

Weatherford, TX — Police have identified Cody Waller, 28, as the passenger in a car who was killed last Friday night (September 13, 2013) after a deadly accident along Brazos Street. The reports from the Star Telegram were not very clear about how the accident happened, but they stated that Waller, a local man, was a passenger in a car that wrecked in the 1200 block of Brazos Street last Friday evening.

Waller was taken to a hospital and was declared dead just before 11:00 p.m. that night, but it was unclear if anyone else in the car was injured. Further investigation was expected from the Weatherford police.

According to the Weatherford Democrat, the vehicle (a Nissan Maxima) had crashed into a parked car along Brazos Street and kept driving. The person behind the wheel, who wasn’t identified, then lost control on Lamar Street a short distance away and was involved in another wreck. Police said that they followed trails of the Nissan’s leaking fluid to a yard on Lamar where the car had driven before hitting a telephone pole.

Scene of the Accident

Recent Comments to the Blog

Jason is back to work and is now playing Sled Hockey and wheelchair rugby!! Jason is the strongest and most amazing man! He may nly have 1/2 a leg, but that is ALL he is lacking!! Thanks to prayer and GOD and awsome first responders and Baylor doctors. Jason's wife, Sheila
— Sheila
I'm a former employee. I had brought up this exact scenario and suggested a maintenance procedure that would eliminate the possibility of this type injury. Obviously my warning went unheeded.
— Tophat
I was actually a couple cars back from this wreck, one of the first on the scene, and helped administer CPR on the victims. The truck driver was going way too fast, but it was actually his trailer that swung around and hit the suv, the semi-truck ended in the median.
— Leif Burton
I am Anthony Siffords daughter. im 13 and i miss my dad i just wanted everyone to know that he is in a better place now and i would to thank everyone for the support. i miss my dad but it was amazing to see how many people had been toughed by my dad god bless thanks for everything...
— Hannah Sifford
I am Rodney Palmer's sister-inlaw. I am amazed and grateful for all the heartfelt wishes and support for our family... It is difficult indeed to put our thoughts into words, but we very much appreciate your kind and helpful words at a time when these things mean so much. Losing someone as special as Rodney has been tough, but knowing the he has touched so many people's lives keeps my sister's strengthens our family.
— Maureen
A lot of people say smack about lawyers, but I want to say that I'm glad there is a way that people who are wronged by corporate neglect can get justice and force change. We are living in a world where corporations and govt care less than ever about common people, and I support your work. I hope I will never need your services.
— Martin Onasis
Tony was the step Grant father and it's been hard for the whole family but we know he is in a better place now. It's nice to know that people are rasing awareness with my grandfathers story. Thanks, family and friends of Tony Wray.
— Mercedes Stanley
Thank you for posting these accident articles on your site. At the company that I work for, e deal with monitoring construction activity and work around trenches and all sorts of construction equipment/vehicles. I sometimes wonder if construction companies have enough safety training to inform employees of how to protect themselves while on the job.
— Erik Hofmann
I'd like to thank you for giving my cousin's death some type of recognition and letting our family know he is not a lost cause. Thank you <3
— Victoria

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *