• February 24, 2023

Aaron Lowe Killed, Thomas Dingler, Brian Fenton Injured in Car Accident in Liberty County, TX

Liberty County, TX -- February 23, 2023, Aaron Lowe was killed and Thomas Dingler and Brian Fenton were injured in a car accident.

Authorities were called out to FM 563 south of Liberty at around 5:25 a.m. Their initial statements said that 32-year-old Aaron Lowe was in a Mitsubishi going northbound along FM 563. For reasons unconfirmed at this time, the Mitsubishi and an oncoming GMC Sierra collided. This sent Lowe's vehicle off-road. A Ford F-350 swerved off-road to avoid the collision, but it hit Lowe's Mitsubishi.

Due to the crash, Lowe sustained fatal injuries. The other two drivers, identified as 52-year-old Brian Fenton and 57-year-old Thomas Dingler, were taken to the hospital. Right now, police have yet to confirm a cause for the accident.

Aaron Lowe Killed, Thomas Dingler, Brian Fenton Injured in Car Accident in Liberty County, TX

A man losing his life is tragic enough, but his family potentially being in a completely different state looking for answers only makes things more concerning. I generally tell folks that Texas DPS has skilled and dedicated investigators that can handle serious wrecks. But even they make mistakes. I can't count how many times I've come across reports which either got something wrong or missed something important. For the sake of all three drivers here and their loved ones, my hope is authorities are able to give these events the thorough attention they deserve to ensure nothing important slips through the cracks.



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