• September 22, 2023

Margaret Reavis, Letha Frost Killed, Two Injured in Car Accident in Smith County, TX

Smith County, TX — September 22, 2023, Margaret Reavis and Letha Frost were killed, and two were injured in a car crash on Highway 31 in Smith County, TX.

Authorities indicate that on September 22, a fatal crash occurred when two vehicles collided in Smith County for unknown reasons. According to reports, the crash happened at approximately 9:38 in the morning.

Investigators say a Hyundai was heading east along Highway 31 when it collided with a Dodge Ram. Police say the Hyundai attempted to make a U-Turn to travel west and entered the Ram's path. The two vehicles crashed and came to rest in the westbound lanes.

Officials confirmed the Hyundai driver Margaret Reavis, 59, and passenger Letha Frost, 49, suffered fatal injuries. Another Hyundai passenger, a 3-year-old child, sustained incapacitating injuries and was taken to a hospital. The child's condition is unknown at this time. The Dodge Ram driver had non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to a hospital.

The investigation is ongoing.

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