• May 17, 2023

Kayla Cabrera Killed in Car Accident in Scurry County, TX

Scurry County, TX — March 10, 2023, Kayla Cabrera was fatally injured due to a fatal car accident at around 11:41 p.m. along 26th Street.

According to preliminary details from authorities, the crash happened off the corner of 26th Street and U Avenue in Snyder.

Kayla Cabrera Killed in Car Accident in Scurry County, TX

It appears that 27-year-old Kayla Cabrera was in a Nissan Rogue that was going westbound along 26th Street. For reasons not yet confirmed, the vehicle went to the left and crashed head-on into a Chevy Tahoe that was parked along the eastbound lane of 26th.

As a result of the collision, Cabrera succumbed to the injuries she sustained in the crash. Right now, there is no indication that others were involved in the crash. Statements indicate road and weather conditions were clear at the time of the crash. Further information regarding the exact cause of the crash cannot be confirmed at this time pending more thorough investigations.



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