• December 15, 2022

John Sisk, Woman Injured in Car Accident in Live Oak County, TX

Live Oak County, TX -- November 24, 2022, John Sisk and a woman were injured following an accident where a car crashed with them, then fled.

Initial details said that the accident happened at around 7:00 p.m. along FM 534 at FM 3024.

Officials said that 71-year-old John Sisk and an 83-year-old woman were in a Ford F-150 traveling southbound on FM 534. Sisk reportedly stopped at the stop sign, then began to travel through. While doing so, police say another driver ran the stop sign and hit their vehicle. That vehicle then left the scene.

The woman in Sisk's vehicle reportedly had incapacitating injuries. Sisk's injuries were not specified. Police say they later apprehended the runaway driver. No further information can be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on John Sisk Car Accident in Live Oak County

It's just infuriating to see drivers flee accident scenes. Sticking around and taking responsibility is just about the least they could do, but they usually have some other problems they're trying to hide from police. Fortunately, authorities say they apprehended that person, so they'll likely face consequences for the harm they caused these folks.

John Sisk, Woman Injured in Car Accident in Live Oak County, TX


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