• September 06, 2023

Cynthia Meyer, Nikolas England in Car Accident in Hunt County, TX

Hunt County, TX — August 9, 2023, Cynthia Meyer and Nikolas England were injured due to a car accident at around 9:00 a.m. along F.M. 36.

According to information released by authorities, the crash happened along Farm-to-Market 36 near the County Road 2226 intersection.

Cynthia Meyer, Nikolas England in Car Accident in Hunt County, TX

Preliminary statements from officials indicate that 64-year-old Cynthia Meyer was in a Ford Escape reportedly going northbound on F.M. 36. 34-year-old Nikolas England was said to be in a southbound Nissan Altima. For reasons which can't be confirmed, the vehicles crashed head-on into each other.

As a result of the collision, both Meyer and England sustained injuries described as incapacitating. There did not appear to be any other passengers involved in the crash. There are no further details about the crash which can be confirmed at this time.



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