• February 21, 2023

Mary Fox and Child Injured in Multi-Vehicle Accident in Callahan County, TX

Callahan County, TX — February 3, 2023, three vehicles collided while driving on State Highway 36 near the intersection with Country Road 224 around 9:30 p.m. in Callahan County.

Investigators say that Jody Hayhurst and Douglas Hayhurst, heading southeast on Hwy 36 in a Ford F-150, crossed the centerline of the road and collided with Mary Fox and Jacob Peery's GMC Terrain which was headed northwest on Hwy 36.

Officials also report that a Lincoln Aviator that was driving behind the Hayhurst's Ford F-150 attempted evasive maneuvers, so as not to collide with the Ford F-150 and the GMC Terrain, but still hit a back corner of the F-150.

Officials report that a 12-year-old child in the backseat of the GMC Terrian and Jody Hayhurst were seriously injured, Mary Fox and Douglas Hayhurst suffered minor issues, and Jacob Peery and the driver of the Lincoln Aviator were uninjured.

Authorities allege that Jody Hayhurst and Douglas Hayhurst had been drinking before the crash occurred, however, authorities do not report that the driver, Douglas Hayhurst, was intoxicated at the time of the crash.

There is no further information at this time.

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