• August 24, 2023

Marsha Robertson, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Tyler, TX

Smith County, TX — July 27, 2023, Marsha Robertson and another person were injured following a car accident at around 4:16 p.m. along U.S. Highway 69.

Preliminary information released about the accident suggests that it happened along both directions of the highway near County Road 427.

Marsha Robertson, 1 Injured in Car Accident in Tyler, TX

According to officials, 43-year-old Marsha Robertson was said to be in a Chevy Tahoe that was going southbound along the highway. Ahead, details suggest a Nissan Sentra failed to yield, pulling into the path of and colliding with Robertson's vehicle. The Nissan then struck a Ford Fusion going northbound.

As a result of the crash, Robertson and the driver of the Nissan both reportedly had incapacitating injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries. According authorities, there were witnesses who say they saw the driver of the Nissan with alcohol in the vehicle, and details suggest authorities believe that driver was under the influence of alcohol. Right now, this information can't be confirmed pending investigations.


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