Fort Hood, TX — January 7, 2017, Barron Von Reichelt was killed as the result of an accident where his vehicle crashed off-road.
Authorities from Fort Hood reported that the accident happened late Saturday night at the intersection of 53rd Street and South Range Road.
Exact details on what occurred are currently unclear. Authorities say that Von Reichelt, from Las Vegas, NV, was driving a Nissan 350 V when it suddenly lost control and went off-road. The vehicle then crashed, inflicting critical wounds to Reichelt.
Several hours passed between the accident and emergency services locating the scene. Von Reichelt was pronounced dead at the scene.
It’s unclear what factors caused the Nissan to lose control. At this time, authorities continue to investigate the accident.
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