• September 01, 2023

Janis Walters Metoskie Killed in Truck Accident on Ronald Regan Blvd. in Williamson County, TX

Williamson County, TX — August 7, 2023, Janis Walters Metoskie was killed in a collision with a box truck around 8:43 p.m. on Ronald Regan Blvd. in Williamson County.

According to authorities, the victim's Nissan Rouge was attempting a left turn from Parmer Ranch Blvd onto Ronald Regan Blvd. when her vehicle was allegedly struck by an eastbound box truck.

Officials report the nose of the commercial truck struck the center of the driver's side of the Nissan Rouge. This impact purportedly forced Ms. Metoskie's Rouge to roll off the roadway into a ditch and come to a stop upright facing northeast.

Janis Walters Metoskie was pronounced deceased at 9 p.m. due to the injuries sustained in the accident. The two occupants in the box truck were reportedly uninjured, and they remained at the scene to assist the authorities.

Investigators have not released what factors led up to the accident.

Janis Walters Metoskie Killed in Truck Accident on Ronald Regan Blvd. in Williamson County, TX
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