• September 09, 2021

Scott McCracken Killed in Collision with Tree off FM 1097 in Montgomery County, TX

UPDATE (September 17, 2021): Authorities have identified the driver of the Nissan Titan that crashed as 40-year-old Scott McCracken.

UPDATE (September 13, 2021): Later reports identified the driver of the Dodge Journey involved in this accident as 36-year-old Benjamin Pratt. Neither he nor a child in his vehicle were injured in the September 8 crash. However, police conducted a blood test on Pratt after the accident and he was subsequently arrested for DWI with a child under 15 in his vehicle.

Montgomery County, TX -- September 8, 2021, a 40-year-old Coldspring man was killed when a pickup truck crashed into a tree on Farm to Market Road 1097 in Montgomery County.

Authorities say the incident happened around 6:00 p.m. on FM 1097 East near Tanyard Road. Preliminary investigation suggests the victim was driving a Nissan Titan pickup truck on the roadway when the driver attempted to pass a Dodge Journey near Rose Road. Reports indicate the Titan driver did not fully exit the right lane during the pass, causing the pickup to sideswipe the Journey. The impact caused the vehicles to leave opposite sides of the roadway and the Titan then crashed into a tree on its driver-side door.

The Titan driver was pronounced dead at the scene. No other injuries were reported.

No further information is currently available.


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