• May 24, 2023

Brandon Madrid Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on I-10 in El Paso County, TX

El Paso County, TX — January 26, 2023, Brandon Madrid was killed in a single-vehicle accident around 12:58 a.m. on I-10 in El Paso County.

Sources report the victim's Toyota Tacoma was in the inside lane heading northwest on I-10 on an overpass north of Nashua Rd. near Exit 2 Vinton Rd. in Westway, TX. The truck was exiting the small overpass when it somehow veered toward its driver's side into the concrete barrier.

The accident allegedly occurred at the location the concrete barrier transitions to a metal guard rail. So the truck then allegedly hit the rail, overturned onto its passenger's side, slid into the gravel median, and struck a cable barrier.

Mr. Madrid was taken to a medical center by emergency responders, but he later succumbed to the injuries sustained in the crash.

Investigators have not released what factors led up to the accident.

Brandon Madrid Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on I-10 in El Paso County, TX
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