• June 07, 2023

Ashlee Wyrick-Griswold, Nathan Thacker Killed in Car Accident in Tarrant County, TX

Tarrant County, TX — June 2, 2023, Ashlee Griswold and Nathan Thacker were killed following a car accident at around 6:00 p.m. along I-20.

Investigations have at this time stated that the fatal crash happened in the area of the 11500 block of westbound I-20, which appears to be between the Loop 820 and the I-30 interchanges near Markum Ranch Road.

Ashlee Wyrick-Griswold, Nathan Thacker Killed in Car Accident in Tarrant County, TX

Right now, the exact circumstances surrounding the crash remain unclear. Authorities said that there were two vehicles involved, and they crashed into one another along westbound lanes of the freeway. As a result of this collision, two people succumbed to fatal injuries.

The victims were identified by authorities as 23-year-old Ashlee Linn Wyrick-Griswold and 23-year-old Nathan Ray Thacker. Their exact involvement in the crash is not clear at this time. It's unclear if anyone else was hurt.

No further details about the crash can be confirmed at this time pending more thorough investigations.


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