• August 16, 2023

Cody Austin Beard, Craig Morgan Warrick Killed in Car Accident near Cayuga, TX

Anderson County, TX — August 11, 2023, Cody Beard and Craig Warrick were killed following a car accident at around 5:18 p.m. along U.S. 287.

Authorities said in their statements that the incident took place about one mile east of Cayuga along U.S. Highway 287.

Cody Austin Beard, Craig Morgan Warrick Killed in Car Accident near Cayuga, TX

According to preliminary details, 23-year-old Cody Austin Beard was in a Chevy Silverado that was traveling eastbound along the highway. 36-year-old Craig Morgan Warrick was said to be in a Ford F-250 going westbound. Authorities believe that the F-250 was passing a vehicle at the time when a head-on collision occurred between Beard and Warrick's vehicles.

As a result of the collision, both Beard and Warrick succumbed to fatal injuries. Authorities say one other person in the Silverado had incapacitating injuries. Authorities have not released any additional details at this time. The exact factors surrounding the accident are still being investigated.



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