• August 30, 2023

Colby J. Sneller Killed in Rollover Car Accident in Parmer County, TX

Parmer County, TX — August 4, 2023, Colby Sneller was fatally injured due to a rollover car accident at approximately 9:36 p.m. along F.M. 145.

In preliminary details released by authorities, it appears the fatal crash happened off the side of Farm-to-Market 145 near the intersection of County Road 17.

Colby J. Sneller Killed in Rollover Car Accident in Parmer County, TX

According to officials, 32-year-old Colby Sneller was said to be the driver of a Ford F-150 which was reportedly traveling eastbound on F.M. 145. For reasons which have not yet been confirmed through independent investigation, the vehicle drifted right before then veering left off the side of the road. There, Sneller's vehicle overturned.

Sneller sustained ultimately fatal injuries due to the crash. There did not appear to be any other passengers or motorists involved in the wreck. Right now, no further information about the fatal crash can be reported.


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