• February 16, 2023

Ryan Wyatt Killed, Rexie Weed Jr. Injured in Car Accident in Hays County, TX

Hays County, TX -- September 20, 2022, Ryan Wyatt was killed and Rexie Weed Jr. was injured in an accident where their vehicles collided.

Investigators said that the incident happened just before 10:00 p.m. along RM 12 in the area of Hugo Road.

According to officials, 24-year-old Ryan Wyatt was in a Chevy Silverado traveling eastbound along RM 12. 19-year-old Rexie Weed Jr. was identified as the driver of a westbound Toyota Tacoma. For reasons which can't be confirmed right now, the vehicles collided head-on.

Ryan Wyatt Killed, Rexie Weed Jr. Injured in Car Accident in Hays County, TX

Wyatt was killed due to the crash while Weed was said to have incapacitating injuries. Details currently aren't enough to truly say what happened here, but that's not unusual with public reports on a deadly crash like this. The public doesn't always get to know what the families know, and that's fine so long as those families get the answers they need.

But sometimes, the families are just as lost as anyone else. Obviously, that's unacceptable. Considering it's been so long without any new details about this crash, I can't help wondering for both families if the events got the attention they deserved. It always bothers me to see families left with unanswered questions in such a serious time of need, so I hope authorities here were able to offer a satisfactory explanation of what happened here.


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