• November 15, 2022

Deandre Wall, Brandy Epps Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Beaumont, TX

Beaumont, TX -- November 13, 2022, Deandre Wall and Brandy Epps were killed after an accident where an 18-wheeler struck them along I-10.

Investigators said that the accident happened at around 9:40 p.m. along I-10 near mile marker 843.

Officials said that 25-year-old Deandre Wall and 25-year-old Brandy Epps were walking at the time near Smith Road. It is believed they attempted to cross highway lanes when an 18-wheeler hit them.

Due to the collision, both Wall and Epps sustained fatal injuries. Details suggest the 18-wheeler remained at the scene. No further information is available at this time.

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Deandre Wall, Brandy Epps Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Beaumont, TX

Something important I try to teach about is taking initial details with a grain of salt. Put simply, there could be all kinds of details yet to come to light. After all, the victims aren't here to tell their side of the story. Were they clearly visible? On the shoulder? By a well-lit disabled vehicle? Over-served by a local bar? Likely or not, the victims loved ones deserve to know they're getting the full story. Whether that's what we're hearing in the news or some unusual series of events yet to be discovered, the sooner more experienced investigators look into things, the better.


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