• January 24, 2017

Renee McCullough, Ryan McCullough & William H. McCullough Killed, Travis Lee Johnson Hurt in Accident in Marion Co., FL

Marion County, FL -- A two-vehicle collision between a tow truck and a passenger vehicle left Renee McCullough, Ryan McCullough & William H. McCullough dead, and injured Travis Lee Johnson in Marion County, FL.

The incident took place about 5:52 p.m. in the area of State Road 326.

The tow truck was reportedly westbound on 326 when, for reasons unclear, lost control, veering back into the oncoming lane. The truck then struck the passenger vehicle, killing the occupants at the scene of the incident. Renee and Ryan McCullough, 56 and 31, respectively, and 61-year-old William H. McCullough were killed in the passenger vehicle.

Mr. Johnson, the 31-year-old driver of the semi-truck, was left with undisclosed injuries.

The exact cause of the incident had not been determined at the time of the report.

The investigation is currently underway.

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