• March 20, 2023

Billy Anderson III Killed in Car Accident in Grapevine, TX

UPDATE (April 17, 2023): Details from authorities say that Kelly Ray Scharen, 63, had non-incapacitating injuries due to the crash. They have yet to confirm additional information about the crash.

Grapevine, TX -- March 18, 2023, Billy Anderson III was killed as the result of an accident where two vehicles collided on the highway.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 11:00 p.m. along Highway 114 in the area of William D. Tate Avenue.

It appears that 30-year-old Billy Anderson III was in a car traveling westbound along the highway. For reasons unclear, the car lost control and crashed into a pole. It then entered the path of a pickup, and the vehicles collided.

Billy Anderson III Killed in Car Accident in Grapevine, TX

Anderson sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. The pickup driver was taken to a hospital. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

With so few details currently available about the crash, it's important folks understand just how complex situations like this can truly be. There are countless reasons a vehicle might lose control as was described in these initial reports. Even unlikely possibilities like medical emergencies or mechanical defects are worth attention when it comes to getting a grieving family the answers they deserve.

That's why it always bothers me when there are deadly wrecks like this where people start jumping to all kinds of conclusions. It's not our place in the public to go around speculating about a crash we don't have any evidence about. Instead, we in the community can focus on the families affected by these situations and on holding authorities accountable for giving these crashes the attention they deserve. I know I wouldn't want them being dismissive if it were my loved one involved in a crash, so I hope to see there serious about getting clear answers here, whatever those answers may be.


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