• September 18, 2023

Sali Stoughton Injured in Car Accident in Grimes County, TX

Grimes County, TX — August 24, 2023, Sali Stoughton was injured as the result of a car accident at around 6:31 p.m. along Highway 30.

Initial details about the accident provided by authorities indicate that the crash took place near the Highway 30 and Farm-to-Market 244 intersection.

Sali Stoughton Injured in Car Accident in Grimes County, TX

According to officials, 62-year-old Sali Stoughton was said to be behind the wheel of a Subaru Crosstrek. As Stoughton was reportedly going westbound along the highway, the vehicle somehow drifted left and crashed into the median barrier.

Due to the collision, details showed that Stoughton sustained incapacitating injuries. There did not appear to be anyone else involved in the crash. Authorities were not able to report an official cause for the crash at the time of writing.



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