• October 02, 2023

Merritt Manning Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in University Park, TX

University Park, TX — September 16, 2023, Merritt Manning was killed as the result of a single-vehicle accident at 2:55 a.m. along Northwest Highway.

Initial details about the crash released by authorities indicated that the incident took place in the area of West Northwest Highway/Loop 12 and Thackery Street.

Merritt Manning Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in University Park, TX

According to officials, 34-year-old Merritt Manning was in an Audi SUV going along eastbound lanes of the Northwest Highway. For reasons unclear, it appears the vehicle left the roadway and went onto the median where it crashed into a tree.

Manning sustained fatal injuries as a result of the collision. There did not appear to be anyone else involved in the crash, according to initial statements. The cause of the accident remains unconfirmed.


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