Local authorities in Bridgeport TX stated that a fatal accident on June 2 2012 left 26-year old Melanie Long dead. According to police reports Long was believed to have been driving west along County Road 3336 and failed to yield to a stop sign at FM 2123. She traveled through the intersection and reportedly crashed into a ditch on the west side of FM 2123.
Scene of the Accident
After the initial accident Long left her vehicle and reportedly sat in the middle of FM 2123. for unknown reasons where a passing motorist struck and killed her. Police identified the motorist as 42-year old Mary Anne Billue-Hill. The other passenger in Longs car was not named but was taken to a hospital after the accident.
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