• September 13, 2023

Janet Hudspeth Injured in Car Accident in Brown County, TX

Brown County, TX — August 19, 2023, Janet Hudspeth sustained injuries as the result of a single-vehicle car accident at around 7:43 p.m. along F.M. 3021.

Authorities said in their statements that the crash took place in the area of the F.M. 3021 and F.M. 2632 intersection.

Janet Hudspeth Injured in Car Accident in Brown County, TX

According to officials, 67-year-old Janet Hudspeth and a 63-year-old man were in a Lexus SUV going along the westbound lane of F.M. 3021. Details are unconfirmed at this time, but authorities say the SUV lost control after initially drifting off the right side of the road. The vehicle then veered left, exited the roadway, and overturned through a fence line.

As a result of the crash, Hudspeth reportedly had incapacitating injuries. The passenger in the Lexus was left in unspecified condition. Right now, no further information about the crash can be reported.



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