• April 04, 2023

Matthew Brown Killed, Tommy Kerzee Injured in Car Accident in Cherokee County, TX

Cherokee County, TX — March 16, 2023, Matthew Brown was killed and Tommy Kerzee was injured after an accident where two vehicles crashed along Highway 135.

Preliminary information from authorities says that the incident happened at around 5:50 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 135 and County Road 3905. Details suggest that 36-year-old Matthew Brown was in a Toyota Corolla traveling northbound along the highway. 51-year-old Tommy Kerzee was in a Chevy Silverado traveling southbound. While rounding a curve, the two vehicles collided head-on.

Matthew Brown Killed, Tommy Kerzee Injured in Car Accident in Cherokee County, TX

As a result of the crash, Brown sustained fatal injuries. Kerzee sustained injuries described as incapacitating. No further information about the cause of the crash can be confirmed at this time.

With something as serious as a fatal head-on collision, getting those facts can prove more challenging than people realize. Just because the vehicles are typical passenger vehicles doesn't mean that nothing unusual could have contributed to the crash. The question is whether or not authorities are dedicating the time and effort to make sure nothing important slips through the cracks. If nothing else, the victims' loved ones deserve some answers.



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