• January 11, 2019

Marc Goyette, Robyn Goyette, Lacey Landry Injured in Jasper Co., TX, Accident

Jasper County, TX -- January 9, 2019, Marc Goyette, Robyn Goyette, and Lacey Landry were injured as the result of a rear-end accident on the highway.

Investigators with the Jasper County Sheriff's Department and the Texas DPS responded to the crash site in the Brookland area.

According to their initial reports, 33-year-old Landry was driving a GMC SUV northbound along US 96 behind a Chevy pickup driven by 58-year-old Marc Goyette. When Goyette slowed to make a right turn, police say the GMC crashed into the back of the Chevy.

Emergency services transported both drivers and 53-year-old Robyn Goyette--a passenger in the Chevy--to a hospital in Jasper. Their injuries were said to be non-life-threatening.

It appears roads were wet due to rain at the time of the crash. It's unclear to what degree this contributed to the crash. Police did not report any additional details surrounding the crash.

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