• September 15, 2023

Douglas Vansickle Injured in Car Accident in Reno, TX

Reno, TX — August 4, 2023, Douglas Vansickle was injured as the result of a car accident that happened around 3:43 p.m. on Lamar Road.

Investigators said in their preliminary statements that the incident took place along Lamar/U.S. Highway 82 in the area of Blackburn Street.

Douglas Vansickle Injured in Car Accident in Reno, TX

According to officials, 61-year-old Douglas Vansickle was behind the wheel of a Honda Civic reportedly going eastbound along Lamar Road. For reasons not entirely confirmed right now, another eastbound vehicle crashed into the back of Vansickle's Honda.

Due to the crash, Vansickle reportedly sustained incapacitating injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries. Witnesses reportedly told authorities they saw the other driver going at a high rate of speed, and authorities mentioned alcohol as a possible contributing factor. No further information can be confirmed right now.



Yang Du, One Injured in Truck Accident on F.M. 51 in Wise County, TX

Wise County, TX — September 11, 2023, Yang Du and a truck driver were injured in a truck accident around 8:55 a.m. on F.M. 51 in Wise County. Investigators report Mr. Du's Volvo XC60 was heading northwest on F.M. 455 and driving through the intersection with F.M. 51 when it collided with a northeast-bound Peterbilt...

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