• September 12, 2023

Norman Bernard Johnson Killed in Vehicle Accident in Weiner, TX

Weiner, TX — September 10, 2023, Norman Bernard Johnson was killed in a car accident at Highway 277 and Farm-to-Market Road 617 in Weiner, TX.

Authorities indicate that on September 10, a fatal crash occurred when two vehicles collided in Weiner for unknown reasons. According to reports, the crash happened at approximately 12:39 in the afternoon.

Investigators say a Ford Focus was heading east along FM 617 and stopped at the intersection with Highway 277. A Jeep Grand Cherokee, reportedly traveling south on Highway 277, proceeded through the same intersection. Police say the two vehicles collided, fatally injuring the Ford driver.

Officials confirmed that the Ford Focus driver, 70-year-old Norman Bernard Johnson, died at the scene of the crash. The driver of the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Alexandra Rose Cummings, reportedly escaped the crash without injury. No other injuries were reported.

Authorities are continuing to investigate the events that led to the collision.

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