• August 10, 2023

Rebecca Glaze, Hannah Mayfield Injured in Car Accident in Randall County, TX

Randall County, TX — July 16, 2023, Rebecca Glaze and Hannah Mayfield were injured as the result of a car accident at around 12:45 a.m. along Coulter Street.

Preliminary investigations said that the incident took place in the area of the Coulter Street and Longoria Road intersection.

Rebecca Glaze, Hannah Mayfield Injured in Car Accident in Randall County, TX

From initial reports, 23-year-old Hannah Denae Mayfield was said to be the driver of a Nissan Sentra that was going northbound along Coulter. 22-year-old Rebecca Glaze was in a Ford Fusion that was going southbound along Coulter. Officials say that both drivers gave conflicting reports about which driver crossed into oncoming lanes, which led to a head-on crash near the Longoria Road intersection.

Due to the crash, Mayfield had injuries which were said to be incapacitating. Glaze had reportedly non-incapacitating injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries resulting from the crash. Right now, no further information can be confirmed pending further investigations.


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