• May 24, 2023

10-Year-Old Killed, 14-Year-Old Injured in Truck Accident on C.R. 166 in Jim Wells County, TX

Jim Wells County, TX — May 16, 2023, a 10-year-old was killed and a 14-year-old was injured in a truck accident around 10 p.m. at U.S. Hwy 281 and C.R. 116 in Jim Wells.

According to authorities, the children were passengers in a GMC Terrian which was driving east on C.R. 116, northwest of Alice, TX, when their vehicle collided with a Kenworth semi-truck northbound on U.S. Hwy. 281. The driver of the Terrain and the teenager were reportedly taken to Corpus Christi Spohn Hospital with critical injuries, and the 10-year-old suffered fatal injuries.

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

10-Year-Old Killed, 14-Year-Old Injured in Truck Accident on C.R. 166 in Jim Wells County, TX

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

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