• May 19, 2023

Hunter Baird Killed, Eduardo Aguilera Bautista, Children Injured in Car Accident in Farmersville, TX

Farmersville, TX — April 1, 2023, Hunter Baird was killed and Eduardo Bautista and two children were injured in a car accident at around 7:41 a.m. on U.S. Highway 380.

Preliminary details given by authorities indicated that the crash happened near the intersection of Audie Murphy Parkway/U.S. 380 and County Road 557.

Hunter Baird Killed, Eduardo Aguilera Bautista, Children Injured in Car Accident in Farmersville, TX

According to officials, 21-year-old Hunter Baird was in a Toyota Avalon that was said to be going westbound along the highway. 43-year-old Eduardo Aguilera Bautista was reportedly the driver of a Ford F-150 traveling eastbound. Details suggest that the Toyota came into contact with a Dodge Ram that was also traveling westbound. This then caused the Toyota to go into eastbound lanes and crash into Bautista's Ford.

As a result of the collision, Baird sustained fatal injuries. Bautista had apparently non-incapacitating injuries. Two children in his vehicle, however, reportedly had incapacitating injuries. No one in the Dodge appeared to be hurt.

Currently, more information is needed to confirm the exact cause of the crash. No further details are available at this time.


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