• January 11, 2019

Darrin Hubbard, Sherry Baxter Injured in Jasper County, TX, Car Accident

Kirbyville, TX -- January 3, 2019, Darrin Hubbard and Sherry Baxter were injured as the result of a multi-vehicle accident involving an 18-wheeler.

Authorities with multiple area emergency departments responded to the scene west of Roganville at around 7:00 p.m.

According to initial reports, an 18-wheeler and a Nissan Versa were traveling northbound along US 96 near Roganville Road. While traveling, the Nissan reportedly crashed into the 18-wheeler, and it swerved into oncoming lanes. There, it collided with a Dodge car.

The drivers of the Nissan and the Dodge, 30-year-old Hubbard and 56-year-old Baxter respectively, were transported to a hospital in Jasper for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

At this time, police continue to investigate the details surrounding the crash.

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