• May 19, 2023

Kirt L. Moore Killed in Car Accident in San Patricio County, TX

San Patricio County, TX — April 29, 2023, Kirt Moore was fatally injured as the result of a single-vehicle accident at around 6:28 p.m. along County Road 320.

Initial public information from authorities indicates that the incident happened near the intersection of County Road 320 and County Road 317.

Kirt L. Moore Killed in Car Accident in San Patricio County, TX

57-year-old Kirt Moore was identified by authorities as the driver of a Ford Mustang that was going southbound along C.R. 320. For reasons which cannot be confirmed at this time, the vehicle lost control and ran off the side of the road. There, the Mustang then went through a fence line, overturned, and hit a tree. As a result of the crash, Moore succumbed to fatal injuries. Details at this time do not mention anyone else being involved in the wreck.

While authorities mention that this stretch of road is "in poor condition with potholes and gravel," they did not officially blame the crash on the road conditions. It's unclear if they're still looking into this possibility. The cause of the accident remains unconfirmed pending additional details.


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