• March 07, 2023

Doris Strong Killed, Marcus McKnight, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Gregg County, TX

Gregg County, TX -- March 4, 2023, Doris Strong was killed and Marcus McKnight was injured following a two vehicle accident.

Initial details about the accident said that it happened outside Kilgore along FM 3053 late Saturday. It appears that 47-year-old Marcus McKnight and 68-year-old Doris Strong were in a Honda traveling along Goforth Road. At FM 3053, the Honda and a GMC Sierra collided.

Doris Strong Killed, Marcus McKnight, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Gregg County, TX

Due to the collision, Strong sustained fatal injuries. McKnight and the unidentified driver of the GMC had non-incapacitating injuries. Additional details about the crash can't be confirmed at this time.

With deadly car wrecks like this, people don't always realize just how complex things can get for investigators. A proper investigation is rarely just looking at things like cell phone records, right-of-way, speeds, and substances. It's also about looking at tire conditions, road conditions, intersection maintenance and design, potential manufacturing defects, faulty safety features like seatbelts or airbags, medical emergencies, etc.

Likely or not, prudent investigators will look into these factors for the simple reason that the evidence needs to be able to speak for itself. Hopefully authorities here understand this and are able to dedicate the time and resources to getting the victims and families here the answers they deserve.



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