• August 08, 2023

Christopher Bellah Injured in Car Accident in Hunt County, TX

Hunt County, TX — July 14, 2023, Christopher Bellah was injured as the result of a single-vehicle car accident at around 7:54 p.m. along F.M. 36.

Authorities said that the incident took place along Farm-to-Market 36 in the area of County Road 2720.

Christopher Bellah Injured in Car Accident in Hunt County, TX

According to preliminary information released by officials, 62-year-old Christopher Bellah was in a Ford Focus that was going southbound along F.M. 36. For reasons which can't be confirmed at this time, the Ford somehow ran off-road after passing another vehicle, officials said. The vehicle continued off-road until it slid into the ditch and overturned.

As a result of the crash, Bellah sustained injuries which were reported as incapacitating. Police did not confirm whether or not any contact was made between the two vehicles nor whether or not the other driver stayed at the scene. Investigations gave no further details which can be confirmed at this time.


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