• August 24, 2023

Haven Gabriel Finkie Killed, Joseph Charles Simmons Injured in Car Accident in Henderson County, TX

Henderson County, TX — August 21, 2023, Haven Finkie was killed and Joseph Simmons was injured after a car accident at around 12:30 a.m. on U.S. 175.

According to preliminary information said to be from the Texas Department of Public Safety, it appears the incident took place just north of Baxter at County Road 4511.

Haven Finkie Killed, Joseph Simmons Injured in Car Accident in Henderson County, TX

Details published in the Gilmer Mirror claim that 22-year-old Haven Finkie was in a Honda Civic said to be going southeast along U.S. 175. 30-year-old Joseph Simmons was reportedly in a Ford F-150 going northwest on the highway. It appears the Honda may have been turning when the two vehicles then collided.

Finkie sustained fatal injuries due to the collision, Simmons was said to have non-incapacitating injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries. Details mentioned possible failure to yield, but the incident is still under investigation at this time.


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