• May 17, 2023

Ryan McMain, Teenager Injured in Car Accident in Guadalupe County, TX

Guadalupe County, TX — April 22, 2023, Ryan McMain and a teenager were injured resulting from a car accident at around 10:42 p.m. along F.M. 1117.

Early information about the crash released by the authorities says that it happened near the intersection of Farm-to-Market 1117 and Mackle Lane.

Ryan McMain, Teenager Injured in Car Accident in Guadalupe County, TX

According to statements from authorities, 33-year-old Ryan Keith McMain was in a Dodge Ram 3500 traveling westbound along F.M. 1117. An unidentified 18-year-old was in a Dodge Charger traveling along the eastbound lane. For reasons not yet confirmed, the vehicles crossed paths and crashed, sending both off-road. The Charger came to rest along the shoulder while the pickup ran through a fence line and into a tree.

As a result of the collision, McMain sustained injuries described as incapacitating. The teen driver was said to have non-incapacitating injuries. Currently, more information is necessary to confirm the factors leading up to the crash.



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