• April 14, 2023

17-Year-Old Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Hwy. 56 in Grayson County, TX

Grayson County, TX — March 8, 2032, a 17-year-old was injured in a single-vehicle accident around 1:26 a.m. on Hwy. 56 in Grayson County.

According to authorities, the victim's eastbound Mazda RX8 — about a mile east of Hwy. 289, to the west of Sherman, TX — veered across the center line and off the road into a ditch. The RX8 then reportedly continued forward struck a fence, continued through a creek, and overturned. Authorities transported the minor to a hospital with reportedly serious injuries.

Reports indicate authorities have not determined the cause of the crash.

17-Year-Old Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on Hwy. 56 in Grayson County, TX

Monthy Matnopaseuth, Samiane Kothpratoum, Douangpee Amnatkeo, 13-Year-Old Killed in Truck Accident in Montgomery County, VA

Montgomery County, VA — May 30, 2023, Monthy Matnopaseuth, Samiane Kothpratoum, Douangpee Amnatkeo, and a 13-year-old were killed in an accident around 3:30 a.m. on I-81 in Montgomery County, VA. Officials report the victims were in a Chevy Equinox, that was pulling a trailer, traveling north on I-81 when the vehicle somehow entered into a...

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