• May 04, 2023

Pheakdey Heng Killed, Carrie Heng, Jaylee Woolley, Shaquille Dickerson Injured in Car Accident in Ellis County, TX

Ellis County, TX — April 29, 2023, Pheakdey Heng was killed and Carrie Heng, Jaylee Woolley, and Shaquille Dickerson were injured in a car accident at 10:17 p.m. on Whitfill Road.

According to details from the Texas Department of Public Safety given in local news reports, the crash happened near the intersection of Whitfill Road and F.M. 1182, outside of Ennis and Alma.

Pheakdey Heng Killed, Carrie Heng, Jaylee Woolley, Shaquille Dickerson Injured in Car Accident in Ellis County, TX

Initial statements show that 46-year-old Pheakdey Heng, 40-year-old Carrie Heng, 19-year-old Jaylee Woolley, and 27-year-old Shaquille Dickerson were in a Honda Pioneer that was traveling northwest along Whitfill Road. While operating, the vehicle lost control, causing it to veer and overturn to the left. The rollover resulted in all occupants being thrown from the vehicle.

As a result of the crash, Pheakdey Heng reportedly succumbed to fatal injuries. Carrie Heng, Wooley, and Dickerson were all reportedly taken to Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas. Their conditions weren't specified.

Further information is required to confirm the exact factors leading up to the crash.

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