• July 07, 2023

Aaron Wayne Webster Injured in Backhoe Accident in Harris County, TX

UPDATE (August 14, 2023): Details from officials identified one of the victims injured in the accident as 26-year-old Aaron Wayne Webster. It also appears an additional person in the car had incapacitating injuries. The other victim has not yet been identified. No further information about the crash can be confirmed at this time.

Harris County, TX — July 6, 2023, a person was injured in a vehicle/backhoe crash at FM 1960 Road East and Timber Forest Drive in Harris County, TX.

Authorities indicate that on July 6, a collision occurred when, for unknown reasons, a car and a backhoe collided at Farm-to-Market 1960 Road E and Timber Forest Drive. According to reports, the vehicle rear-ended the backhoe, severely injuring one person. The injured person was transported to an area hospital for treatment.

Investigators have not determined what caused the crash, and additional details have yet to be released. No other injuries were reported. The investigation is ongoing.

Aaron Wayne Webster Injured in Backhoe Accident in Harris County, TX
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