• November 10, 2023

Travis Phillips Killed, Clark Neuman Injured in Car Accident in Rusk County, TX

Rusk County, TX — October 28 2023, Travis Phillips was killed and Clark Neuman was injured in a single car accident just after 9:45 p.m. along F.M. 2867.

According to authorities, Travis Phillips and Clark Neuman were traveling in an eastbound Ford F-150 truck along Farm to Market 2867 a little more than half a mile east of C.R. 355 when the accident occurred.

Travis Phillips Killed, Clark Neuman Injured in Car Accident in Rusk County, TX

For unknown reasons, the pickup was unable to properly negotiate a curve in the road and began to travel off the roadway to the right. The vehicle then swerved back to the left and completely left the roadway on the north side, going into a roll and colliding with a utility pole and a tree before coming to a stop resting on its roof. 25-year-old Phillips was killed as a result of the accident; 25-year-old Neuman sustained injuries during the crash and was transported to a local medical facility for treatment.

The cause of the accident has not been confirmed. The weather and road conditions in the area at the time of the accident were reportedly clear and dry. There are no additional details available at this point in time.

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