• November 01, 2023

Michael Creecy Injured in Single-car Accident in Hays County, TX

Hays County, TX — October 14, 2023, Michael Creecy was injured in a single-car accident at 4:00 in the morning along Mount Sharp Road.

According to reports, Michael Creecy was southbound in a Honda Odyssey just south of the Warblers Way intersection when the accident occurred.

Michael Creecy Injured in Single-car Accident in Hays County, TX

For unknown reasons, the Honda veered out of the lane before going into a skid which resulted in the vehicle rolling and undetermined number of times and striking a tree. The vehicle came to a stop on the driver's side, facing west in the southbound lane.

36-year-old Michael Creecy sustained severe injuries as a result of the accident and was transported to a local medical facility for treatment. His current condition has not been made public. The cause of the accident has not been confirmed; the incident remains under investigation. Additional details are unavailable at this time.

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