• September 06, 2023

Eric Oliver, Lisa Oliver, Christopher Odom Injured in Car Accident in Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX — August 12, 2023, Eric Oliver, Lisa Oliver, and Christopher Odom were injured due to a wrong-way car accident at 9:09 p.m. along F.M. 1097.

According to initial details released by authorities, the incident happened in the area of the F.M. 1097 and Longstreet Road intersection.

Eric Oliver, Lisa Oliver, Christopher Odom Injured in Car Accident in Montgomery County, TX

Investigators said in their preliminary statements that 58-year-old Eric Oliver and 54-year-old Lisa Oliver were in a Toyota Corolla going westbound along F.M. 1097. Ahead of them was a Toyota Tundra reportedly driven by 36-year-old Christopher Odom. As the two vehicles were going westbound, it appears an eastbound Ford F-250 got onto the wrong side of the road, resulting in the three vehicles colliding.

Due to the collision, Eric Oliver sustained apparently incapacitating injuries. Lisa Oliver reportedly had non-incapacitating injuries. It's unconfirmed how severely Christopher Odom was hurt. Right now, there is a suggestion that authorities were looking into the possibility that the Ford driver had been drinking. This remains unconfirmed right now.


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