• October 11, 2022

Benjamin Sapp, Jacob Gray, Sarah Brown Killed in Car Accident in Runnels County, TX

Runnels County, TX -- October 6, 2022, Benjamin Sapp, Jacob Gray, and Sarah Brown were killed after an accident where two vehicles collided.

Authorities said that the incident happened at around 10:00 a.m. along US Highway 67 just east of Ballinger.

Benjamin Sapp, Jacob Gray, Sarah Brown Killed in Car Accident in Runnels County, TX

Officials said that 24-year-old Benjamin Sapp and 25-year-old Samantha Gray were in a Kia traveling westbound on US 67. Their vehicle is believed to have been passing a vehicle when it crashed head-on into a Chevy pickup.

Due to the crash, both Sapp and Gray sustained fatal injuries. 48-year-old Sarah Brown, a passenger in the pickup, also died due to the collision. The driver of the pickup and another passenger in the car sustained injuries, as well.

Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Benjamin Sapp, Jacob Gray, Sarah Brown Car Accident in Runnels County

I just want to be clear up front that I have no specific reason to doubt the information I'm seeing here. With that said, it's always important to ensure authorities didn't overlook anything important. Folks would be shocked to see how often authorities miss things like cell phone records, manufacturing defects, mechanical issues, road hazards, medical conditions, and other factors, common or not. Ensuring there are more thorough independent investigations is almost always a prudent step toward getting answers for victims and families. I see no reason why this crash would be the exception to that.

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