• September 15, 2023

Jeremy Ray Ayala Injured in Car Accident in Kyle, TX

Hays County, TX — August 3, 2023, Jeremy Ray Ayala was injured as the result of a single-vehicle accident at around 11:17 p.m. along Interstate 35.

In preliminary public statements from authorities, the crash took place in the area of the I-35 frontage road and County Road 208.

Jeremy Ray Ayala Injured in Car Accident in Kyle, TX

Details at this time say that 33-year-old Jeremy Ray Ayala was in a Chrysler 300 traveling along the southbound service road. For reasons which can't be confirmed right now, the vehicle ended up traveling off the right side of the road prior to C.R. 208. The Chrysler continued off-road and crashed into a fence on private property before then crashing into a tree and apparently catching fire.

Due to the accident, authorities say Ayala had incapacitating injuries. Reports did not mention any other passengers or motorists involved in the wreck. Right now, no further information is available to report.



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