• May 23, 2023

Patrick Demond Caldwell Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Rusk County, TX

Rusk County, TX — May 20, 2023, Patrick Demond Caldwell was fatally injured due to a single-vehicle accident at around 12:25 a.m. along County Road 3185.

According to initial details about the accident, it reportedly happened approximately 3 miles east of Mount Enterprise.

Patrick Demond Caldwell Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Rusk County, TX

It appears that 36-year-old Patrick Demond Caldwell was in a vehicle that was traveling westbound along C.R. 3185. While doing so, the vehicle somehow ran off the side of the road where it then crashed into a tree. The collision then apparently caused the vehicle to catch fire.

As a result of the crash, Caldwell succumbed to injuries which ultimately proved to be fatal. There were no other reported injuries, and authorities do not report anyone else being involved in the crash. Right now, there is no suggested possible cause for the accident, and details about road conditions or the condition of the victim's vehicle have been reported. Authorities continue their investigations at this time.


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