Abilene, TX — Authorities with the Texas DPS have identified James Glenn and Elaine Glenn as the two people killed in a two-car accident that happened on Tuesday morning, September 17, 2013.
According to the news reports from Channel 12, the Glenns were in an SUV that was headed along Highway 351 at about 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday morning, in between Abilene and Albany. For reasons unknown, an oncoming van driven by Joshua Rudder swerved into the Glenn’s lane of traffic, causing a head-on collision.
The impact from the killed both James and Elaine immediately while Rudder and his two passengers were hospitalized with varying degrees of injuries.
Rudder’s passengers were identified as Elizabeth Blalock and Karen Skoruppa-Key. The cause of the accident is still under investigation and it’s unclear why Rudder lost control of his van.
Scene of the Accident
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