• January 17, 2017

Tyler Lay Killed, Jazmine Trim, Willie Brown Injured in Kemp, TX, Accident

Kemp, TX -- January 15, 2017, Tyler Lay was killed, Jazmine Trim and Willie Brown injured, due to an accident where their vehicle crashed into a horse.

The Texas Department of Public Safety was called to the accident scene in the early morning hours of Sunday along FM 148.

According to DPS reports, 22-year-old Lay, 21-year-old Brown, and Trim were all riding in a single vehicle. The area was thick with fog at the time of the accident. Due to the limited visibility, the driver, who wasn't specified, did not see a horse obstructing the roadway.

The vehicle crashed into the horse, causing it to crush into the cab. As a result, Lay was fatally injured and died at the scene. Trim sustained critical injuries and was rushed to a nearvy hospital for treatment. Brown was also taken to a hospital with minor injuries.

At this time, authorities have not indicated any additional factors contributing to the crash. Their investigations are ongoing.

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