• September 15, 2023

Frank Gibson Injured in Car Accident in Wichita Falls, TX

Wichita Falls, TX — July 30, 2023, Frank Gibson was injured following a single-vehicle accident at around midnight along Alamo Drive.

Officials said in preliminary statements that the incident took place at approximately 12:06 a.m. along Alamo Drive in the area of the Neta Lane intersection.

Frank Gibson Injured in Car Accident in Wichita Falls, TX

According to initial details, 68-year-old Frank Gibson was in a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited said to be traveling along an alley off the side of Alamo Drive. While doing so, the vehicle somehow crashed into a pole in a parking lot attached to the alley. The vehicle then reportedly caught fire.

Gibson was taken from the scene with injuries described as incapacitating. It does not appear that anyone else was involved in the crash. Right now, an official cause for the accident remains unconfirmed.



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