• March 14, 2023

Stephen Caleb Smith Killed in Car Accident in Vidor, TX

Vidor, TX -- March 7, 2023, Stephen Caleb Smith was killed after an accident where a vehicle struck him on his bicycle.

Investigators said the incident occurred at around 9:00 p.m. in the area of the I-10 service road and Rosewood Street. It appears that 39-year-old Stephen Caleb Smith was on a bicycle going eastbound along the westbound service road. While doing so, a pickup truck hit Smith.

Stephen Caleb Smith Killed in Car Accident in Vidor, TX

Smith succumbed to fatal injuries as a result of the accident. Police did not report any charges or citations. Right now, additional details are unavailable. I can only hope there is still work being done behind the scenes to ensure the victim's loved ones are getting the full story. It unfortunately happens a lot that people overlook incidents involving pedestrians and bicyclists. But they have families in need of answers, and it's important not to leave them out in the wind. If they're only getting what little we in the public are seeing, that's simply not good enough.



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Oklahoma City, OK — March 13, 2023, one person was killed in a collision with a Brinks Truck on northbound Interstate 35 in Oklahoma City. Authorities believe the Brinks truck was northbound on I-35 when the truck veered off the road, through a cable barrier, over a grassy median, and then collided head-on with a...

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