• August 04, 2023

Christopher Peeler Killed in Rollover Car Accident on Lakehurst Road in Travis County, TX

UPDATE (August 30, 2023): Recent public information identified the man killed in the car accident as 18-year-old Christopher Peeler. The cause of the crash still cannot be confirmed without further information.

Travis County, TX — August 4, 2023, one person was killed as the result of a rollover car accident at around 1:35 a.m. along Lakehurst Road.

Authorities said that the incident happened in the area of Lakehurst Road and Happy Hollow Road, in west Travis County north of Bee Creek Road.

Christopher Peeler Killed in Rollover Car Accident in Travis County, TX

According to officials, a Jeep Rubicon was going along southbound Lakehurst Road at the time. For reasons unclear, the vehicle left the roadway and overturned. As a result, the driver of the vehicle sustained fatal injuries.

Authorities did not identify the victim publicly. They made no mention of any other passengers or vehicles being involved. Right now, there are no additional details about the crash available pending further investigations.



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