• September 12, 2023

Tina Camille Higgins Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Fannin County, TX

Fannin County, TX — August 12, 2023, Tina Camille Higgins was injured as the result of a car accident that happened around midnight along F.M. 1752.

According to officials who looked into the crash, the incident occurred near the intersection of Farm-to-Market 1752 and County Road 4055.

Tina Camille Higgins Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Fannin County, TX

Investigators said that 36-year-old Tina Camille Higgins was in a Jeep Compass being driven northbound along F.M. 1752. While rounding a curve, the Jeep somehow ended up going off-road. The vehicle hit a private drive culvert, causing it to go airborne and flip over.

As a result of the accident, Higgins reportedly sustained incapacitating injuries. The driver of the vehicle did not have any confirmed injuries. Right now, further information about the cause of the accident remains unconfirmed pending investigations.



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