Update [June 3, 2014]: The driver involved in this accident, David Krueger, has been charged with drunk driving and intoxication manslaughter. You can read more about this post here.
Gholson, TX — Police with the Texas Department of Public Safety have identified 81-year old Dan Foreman as the man who was killed outside Gholson this past Sunday night in a head-on car accident.
It happened at about 9:00 p.m. that night (March 30) roughly two miles south of the city on FM 933. Foreman was driving his car north along the road that night when he was hit by a Jeep Cherokee whose driver swerved into oncoming traffic.
The Jeep’s driver 26-year old David Kruger, wasn’t injured, but Foreman was killed at the scene. Police said that they’re still trying to figure out what happened and why Kruger swerved into the northbound lanes.
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