• May 22, 2023

Natalie Close, Two Injured in Car Accident on F Avenue in Galveston, TX

Galveston, TX — May 3, 2023, Natalie Close and two others were injured in a car accident around 8 p.m. on F Avenue in Galveston.

According to authorities, Ms. Close was in a southbound Nissan Rouge on 19th Avenue crossing the intersection with F Ave. when her vehicle collided with a westbound Chevy Sonic on F Ave. The collision allegedly forced the Sonic to rotate 180 degrees and come to a stop facing east in the eastbound lane of F Ave. The Nissan Rouge was purportedly pushed out of the intersection toward the southeast corner.

Ms. Close reportedly suffered possible injuries, the passenger in the Sonic purportedly suffered serious injuries, and the driver of the Sonic allegedly suffered minor injuries. Officials say all three people were taken to a hospital.

Natalie Close, Two Injured in Car Accident on F Avenue in Galveston, TX

Monthy Matnopaseuth, Samiane Kothpratoum, Douangpee Amnatkeo, 13-Year-Old Killed in Truck Accident in Montgomery County, VA

Montgomery County, VA — May 30, 2023, Monthy Matnopaseuth, Samiane Kothpratoum, Douangpee Amnatkeo, and a 13-year-old were killed in an accident around 3:30 a.m. on I-81 in Montgomery County, VA. Officials report the victims were in a Chevy Equinox, that was pulling a trailer, traveling north on I-81 when the vehicle somehow entered into a...

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