• February 10, 2023

Zachary Ewing, Art Musgrove Killed in Car Accident in Hood County, TX

Hood County, TX -- November 9, 2022, Zachary Ewing and Art Musgrove were killed following an accident where their vehicles crashed head-on.

Initial details about the crash say it happened just before 7:00 a.m. along Highway 171 in the area of FM 3450. 30-year-old Zachary Ewing was in a Chevy Silverado traveling southeast along the highway. From oncoming lanes, it appears a Dodge Ram driven by 30-year-old Art Musgrove crashed into Ewing's vehicle.

Zachary Ewing, Art Musgrove Killed in Car Accident in Hood County, TX

Both Ewing and Musgrove sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. Authorities say there were witnesses, but further details cannot be confirmed without more information.

Any fatal crash is serious, but it's just heartbreaking to think there are two families whose worlds have been turned upside down all in a moment. Obviously, there needs to be steps to ensure they get clear answers about what happened here. Authorities clearly took preliminary steps, but I hope they continued working behind the scenes to get the families more information than the incomplete picture the public is seeing here.


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