• September 11, 2023

Jonathan Charles Ray, Ezekiel Sosa Killed in Truck Accident in Big Lake, TX

Reagan County, TX — August 31, 2023, Jonathan Charles Ray and Ezekiel Sosa were killed following a semi-truck accident at 2:40 p.m. along Highway 37.

Preliminary information about the accident says that the crash happened several miles north of Big Lake and involved two commercial vehicles.

Jonathan Charles Ray, Ezekiel Sosa Killed in Truck Accident in Big Lake, TX

Current statements from authorities say that 38-year-old Jonathan Charles Ray was the driver of a Mack truck reportedly going northbound on Highway 37. 27-year-old Ezekiel Sosa was in a southbound International semi-truck. For reasons not currently confirmed, the International ended up in northbound lanes, colliding head-on with the Mack truck.

Both Ray and Sosa sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. There were no other passengers involved in the accident according to most recent reports. Right now, the incident is still under investigation.



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