• September 18, 2023

Evan Shroyer, Fort Worth Man Injured in Alleged Intoxicated Driver Accident on 14th Street in Plano, TX

UPDATE (September 26, 2023): Further statements released by authorities identified the driver of the Dodge Avenger as 24-year-old Evan Shroyer. The other drivers remain unidentified at this time.

Plano, TX — August 29, 2023, a Garland man and a Fort Worth man were injured in an alleged intoxicated driver accident at 8:33 p.m. along 14th Street.

In their initial public statements, authorities said that the crash happened in the area of the 14th Street and Jupiter Road intersection.

According to officials, a 24-year-old Garland man was in a Dodge Avenger going along eastbound 14th Street. A 33-year-old Fort Worth man was in a Toyota Camry also on eastbound 14th Street. At the Jupiter Road intersection, it appears that a Nissan Frontier failed to control speed and crashed into both vehicles at the light.

Due to the collision, both the Garland man and the Fort Worth man had injuries believed to be non-incapacitating. The Nissan driver did not appear to be injured. Authorities allege that driver was under the influence of alcohol at the time. There were initial recommendations for charges of intoxication assault, though official details can't be confirmed right now.


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