• September 06, 2023

Alex Hendrix Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Comal County, TX

Comal County, TX — August 10, 2023, Alex Hendrix was injured following a single-vehicle car accident at around 4:53 p.m. along Persimmon Pass.

According to information about the crash, the incident occurred in the area of Persimmon Pass and Ironwood Road.

Alex Hendrix Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Comal County, TX

Investigators said that 59-year-old Alex Hendrix was in a GMC Acadia traveling northbound along Persimmon Pass. While rounding a curve, for reasons not yet confirmed, the vehicle traveled off the left side of the road. It went through a driveway, hitting a parked vehicle, before then crashing into a tree.

The crash resulted in Hendrix sustaining incapacitating injuries, according to authorities. There did not appear to be any other individuals involved in the crash. Right now, additional details about factors leading up to the crash remain unconfirmed.



Yang Du, One Injured in Truck Accident on F.M. 51 in Wise County, TX

Wise County, TX — September 11, 2023, Yang Du and a truck driver were injured in a truck accident around 8:55 a.m. on F.M. 51 in Wise County. Investigators report Mr. Du's Volvo XC60 was heading northwest on F.M. 455 and driving through the intersection with F.M. 51 when it collided with a northeast-bound Peterbilt...

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