• February 07, 2023

Kerrville Man Killed in Truck Accident on RM 1376 in Kendall County, TX

Kendall County, TX -- September 16, 2022, a Kerrville man was killed due to an accident where the truck he was in crashed on RM 1376.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 6:00 a.m. at RM 473. It appears that a 54-year-old Kerrville man was in a Peterbilt truck traveling eastbound on RM 473. At RM 1376, for reasons yet to be confirmed, the truck ran off-road at the intersection and overturned. Due to this, the driver succumbed to fatal injuries.

Kerrville Man Killed in Truck Accident on RM 1376 in Kendall County, TX

There isn't more information available about this crash right now, and I can only hope authorities were more thorough than their public statements suggest. Frankly, I've had many families come to me over the years essentially empty-handed because whatever department was handling their loved one's accident decided they had higher priorities to attend to. That's not always true, though, so my hope is that clear answers about this crash are at least known to the people who truly need those answers.


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