• January 24, 2024

Scott Brittain Killed in Car Accident on Sam Rayburn Tollway in Collin County, TX

Collin County, TX — January 20, 2024, Scott Brittain was killed in a car accident at approximately 6:15 p.m. along Sam Rayburn Tollway.

According to authorities, 54-year-old Scott Brittain was traveling in a southbound Ford F-150 along the Sam Rayburn Tollway in the vicinity of Custer Road when the accident took place.

Scott Brittain Killed in Car Accident on Sam Rayburn Tollway in Collin County, TX

Officials indicate that, for unknown reasons, the pickup truck failed to safely maintain its lane of travel. It reportedly drifted left, colliding with a Honda Odyssey before continuing off of the roadway and into a grassy median where it struck a concrete wall. After that, the pickup apparently collided with a sign pole before spinning 180 degrees and coming to rest facing east. Brittain was allegedly ejected from the vehicle during the accident. He incurred fatal injuries as a result and was declared deceased at the scene. No other injuries have been reported.

Additional details pertaining to this incident are not available at this point in time. The investigation is currently ongoing.

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