• January 20, 2023

Beverly Sorrels Injured in Car Accident on Highway 322 in Rusk County, TX

UPDATE (February 3, 2023): Officials identified the victim in the crash as 44-year-old Beverly Sorrels. Additional details about the accident itself remain unconfirmed.

Rusk County, TX -- January 19, 2023, one person sustained injuries following an accident where the vehicle crashed off Highway 322.

Beverly Sorrels Injured in Car Accident in Rusk County, TX

It appears in initial statements that the crash happened north of Crims Chapel between Henderson and Lakesport off the corner of CR 240. Early Thursday morning, police say a vehicle somehow ran off-road where it overturned. The driver was taken to a hospital in Tyler with unspecified injuries. The cause of the crash has not been confirmed at this time.

In a time like this, I can only hope that the crash gets the attention it deserves. It's always so frustrating to see countless drivers and families come to me after a single-vehicle wreck empty handed because authorities simply moved on to things which they felt were a higher priority. Whether something unusual or something more common led to this, getting people the help they need is surely something that more people than just me care about.

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