• July 11, 2019

Alton Craig Injured in Nacogdoches County, TX, Car Accident

Nacogdoches County, TX -- July 4, 2019, Alton Craig sustained injuries following an accident where his vehicle and other collided.

According to information released by the Texas DPS, the crash happened on a stretch of TX-103 crossing the northern part of Lake Sam Rayburn.

Authorities reported that 69-year-old Alton Craig was in a Nissan SUV traveling eastbound along the highway. An oncoming pickup driven by 33-year-old Collins LaFosse reportedly crossed the center line, hitting the SUV head-on. Following this, LaFosse's vehicle overturned and collided with a third vehicle.

It appears that Craig was the only person taken to a hospital following the wreck. His condition was not specified in reports.

At this time, there are no additional details surrounding the wreck.

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