• January 24, 2017

Gary Scoggins Killed in San Antonio, TX, Single-Vehicle Accident

San Antonio, TX -- January 22, 2017, Gary Scoggins suffered fatal injuries due to an accident in which his pickup lost control and crashed.

San Antonio authorities and officials from the Bexar County Sheriff's Department responded to the single-vehicle accident scene at about 3:00 a.m. It took place in the northwest side of the city along Loop 1604.

According to early reports, 26-year-old Scoggins was traveling down the highway when it somehow lost control. This caused the pickup to swerve off the side of traffic lanes where it crashed through a guardrail. The collision caused the vehicle to overturn repeatedly before eventually coming to halt.

During the crash, Scoggins was ejected from the vehicle. He suffered critical injuries, and authorities say he died later on at University Hospital.

Authorities have not yet discovered what factors caused the accident to occur. Their investigations are ongoing.

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