• August 16, 2023

Bailey Settle Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on Dallas North Tollway in Plano, TX

UPDATE (August 24, 2023): Recent information from authorities identified the victim killed in the accident as 27-year-old Bailey Aynsley Settle. No further information about the crash can be confirmed at this time.

Dallas, TX — August 16, 2023, a driver sustained fatal injuries as the result of a single-vehicle accident at 2:20 a.m. along the Dallas North Tollway.

Preliminary details about the fatal accident say that it took place in the area of the Shops at Willow Bend off DNT and Chapel Hill Boulevard.

Bailey Settle Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident on Dallas North Tollway in Plano, TX

According to initial details about the accident from Plano Police officials, a vehicle was said to be going southbound along the tollway at the time. For reasons which are unclear, the vehicle lost control, ran off-road, and crashed into an electrical box.

Due to the crash, the vehicle caught fire. The driver of that vehicle, who has not yet been identified, died as a result of the crash. There did not appear to be any other passengers or drivers involved in the crash. Right now, investigations into the cause of the accident are still ongoing.


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