Update [December 19, 2013]: The driver killed in this accident was identified as a man from Dayton, 26 years old.
Baytown, TX — At least one person as killed and three others were injured on Highway 146 after a fatal accident on Wednesday (December 18) that involved a FedEx truck. It’s not clear how the accident happened yet, but Baytown PD said they’d be investigating the matter further.
The wreck happened in the 8500 block, near Gloria Lane. It appears that the accident just involved the FedEx truck and a green sedan, which had serious front-end damage.
Police confirmed that one person was killed and 2-3 people were airlifted from the scene. They aren’t releasing any names yet and haven’t said what caused the collision.
Scene of the Accident
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