• November 03, 2023

Jonathan Holland, Child Killed, Brianne Shutter, 1 Injured in Three-vehicle Accident in Rusk County, TX

Rusk County, TX — November 1, 2023, Jonathan Holland and a 10-year old girl were killed and Brianne Shutter and one other person were injured in a three-car accident at about 5:30 p.m. on State Highway 79.

According to reports, the accident took place on S.H. 79 between New Summerfield and Henderson.

Jonathan Holland, Child Killed, Brianne Shutter, 1 Injured in Three-vehicle Accident in Rusk County, TX

Authorities state that 18-year-old Jonathan Holland was travelling with a 10-year-old passenger in an eastbound Chevy Silverado on State Highway 79. The Silverado had slowed in order to make a left turn onto a different road when, for unknown reasons, a Jeep Wrangler carrying Brianne Shutter and one other passenger rear-ended the Silverado. The collision caused the Silverado to veer into westbound traffic where it crashed into an oncoming Dodge Ram with a trailer in tow.

Both Holland and the 10-year-old girl who were in the Silverado were declared deceased at the scene of the accident. Shutter and the other occupant of the Jeep were transported by emergency medical services to local hospitals for treatment of the injuries incurred as a result of the accident. The incident is still under active investigation by the authorities; no additional details are available at this point in time.

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