• October 13, 2023

Curtis Mark Killed, Dustin Clark Injured in Truck Accident on F.M. 2004 in Brazoria County, TX

UPDATE (November 9, 2023): Recent information from authorities identified the victims involved in the crash. 49-year-old Curtis Mark, the reported driver of the Freightliner, died due to the crash. The other driver, identified as 29-year-old Dustin Clark, had apparently incapacitating injuries. No further information can be confirmed right now.

Brazoria County, TX — September 11, 2023, one person was killed and one person was injured following a commercial truck accident on F.M. 2004.

According to public information from authorities, the crash took place at approximately 6:46 p.m. in the area of F.M. 2004 and County Road 208.

Curtis Mark Killed, Dustin Clark Injured in Truck Accident in Brazoria County, TX

Statements at this time say that a 49-year-old man was in a Freightliner semi-truck going northbound along F.M. 2004. A 29-year-old man was in a Dodge Avenger going eastbound on County Road 208. At the intersection, the car reportedly crashed into the side of the 18-wheeler, forcing the 18-wheeler to run off-road. The car spun to a stop in the southbound lanes while the 18-wheeler overturned.

Due to the accident, the truck driver suffered fatal injuries. The Dodge driver had injuries said to be incapacitating. Currently, authorities allege that the Dodge went through a red light. This and other details remain unconfirmed right now.


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