• August 30, 2023

Royse City Man Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Hunt County, TX

Hunt County, TX — July 31, 2023, a Royse City man sustained fatal injuries due to a single-vehicle accident at around 10:14 p.m. along F.M. 3427.

According to initial details about the accident, it happened along Farm-to-Market 3427 off the corner of Highway 34.

Royse City Man Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Hunt County, TX

Preliminary investigations said that a 35-year-old Royse City man was in a Jeep Compass said to be going eastbound along F.M. 3427. At the Highway 34 intersection, the vehicle somehow continues straight through the crossing, going off the opposite side of the roadway. There, authorities say that vehicle crashed with a pipe fence, causing a piece of the fence to apparently go through the windshield and strik the driver.

As a result of the accident, the Royse City man succumbed to fatal injuries. There were no other individuals mentioned by authorities in their preliminary statements. Currently, the cause of the crash cannot be confirmed.



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