• June 07, 2023

Joshua Woodral Killed, Michael Beebe Injured in Car Accident in Smith County, TX

Smith County, TX — June 3, 2023, Joshua Woodral was killed and Michael Beebe was injured after a car accident at 2:22 a.m. along County Road 229.

According to preliminary details about the crash, it happened just outside of Chapel Hill. The Gilmer Mirror reports what is said to be the initial Texas DPS statements on the fatal accident.

Joshua Woodral Killed, Michael Beebe Injured in Car Accident in Smith County, TX

Those details say that 28-year-old Joshua Woodral was in a Nissan Altima that was going southbound along County Road 229. Also in the vehicle was 33-year-old Michael Beebe. While the Nissan traveled along the roadway, it apparently lost control and went off-road. The vehicle then overturned and ended up in a ditch.

Due to the crash, Woodral sustained fatal injuries. Beebe sustained injuries which the DPS statements say were non-incapacitating. At this time, a cause for the crash has yet to be determined. Authorities have yet to release additional details about the fatal crash.


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