• August 16, 2023

Charlotte Troutz Injured in Car Accident in Willow Park, TX

Parker County, TX — July 18, 2023, Charlotte Troutz was injured as the result of a car accident that happened at around 8:13 p.m. along Interstate 20.

Preliminary statements about the accident said that the crash took place in the area of Crown Ponte Boulevard along eastbound lanes of the interstate.

Charlotte Troutz Injured in Car Accident in Willow Park, TX

According to current information, 37-year-old Charlotte Troutz was in a Nissan Altima that was going eastbound on I-20. It appears that traffic began to slow down, and Troutz also slowed down along the inside lane of travel. While there, details suggest that a Ford F-150 which may have been weaving through traffic crashed into the back of Troutz's vehicle, resulting in a chain-reaction collision with vehicles ahead.

As a result of the collision, Troutz sustained what were called incapacitating injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries. Right now, details suggest the possibility that the Ford driver had been drinking, but nothing has been verified at this time pending further investigations.



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