• May 23, 2023

Andrew Alan Jordan Killed, 1 Injured in Truck Accident in Bosque County, TX

Bosque County, TX — May 9, 2023, Andrew Alan Jordan was killed and another person was injured due to a truck accident at around 4:42 p.m. along Highway 6.

Preliminary information about the crash was released by authorities, who say that the incident happened near the intersection of Highway 6 and Private Road 1040.

Andrew Alan Jordan Killed, 1 Injured in Truck Accident in Bosque County, TX

According to statements from police officials, 23-year-old Andrew Alan Jordan was in a GMC Sierra that was going southeast along Highway 6. While rounding a curve, investigators said that the GMC and a westbound Dodge Ram 3500 somehow crashed nearly head-on. The collision caused the GMC to then flip over.

Due to the crash, Jordan sustained injuries which proved fatal. The driver of the Dodge, who has only been identified as a 53-year-old Corsicana man, had injuries described as incapacitating. There were no other injuries reported. Currently, no further information about the crash has been confirmed. Investigations are ongoing.



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