• April 14, 2023

Ashley Clark, Dustin George Killed, Elliot Dixon, Celese Dixon Injured in Car Accident in Freestone County, TX

UPDATE (May 12, 2023): Details from authorities identified two people that were reportedly injured due to the accident. The victims were identified by authorities as 54-year-old Celese Dixon and 20-year-old Elliot Dixon. They were said to be occupants of a Jeep Wrangler involved in the head-on collision with the vehicle in which Ashley Clark and Dustin George were occupants. No further information can be confirmed at this time.

Freestone County, TX — April 10, 2023, Ashley Clark and Dustin George were killed and one was injured following a head-on car accident on FM 2777.

Authorities said that the crash happened at around 12:30 p.m. in the area of Highway 84 and FM 2777.

Details suggest that 38-year-old Ashley Clark and 40-year-old Dustin George were in a vehicle traveling along the highway. For reasons not confirmed at this time, their vehicle was involved in a head-on collision with a Jeep.

Ashley Clark, Dustin George Killed, Elliot Dixon, Celese Dixon Injured in Car Accident in Freestone County, TX

Due to the crash, Clark and George sustained fatal injuries. People riding in the Jeep were said to have non-life-threatening injuries resulting from the crash. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

When it comes to fatal car accidents, people don't always realize what it takes for investigators to get the full picture. I've been doing this for 30 years, so I know accident reconstructionists will look into even unlikely possibilities, such as mechanical issues or medical emergencies. But others tend to assume it's all about things like speeding and cell phone usage. Those are important to consider, of course, but overlooking other possibilities is just asking for crucial evidence to slip through the cracks. I can only hope authorities here understand this and are able to get the victims and families the answers they deserve.


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