• February 06, 2017

Donna Kanaporius Killed in Weatherford, TX Accident

Weatherford, TX -- A single-vehicle crash in the area of Weatherford, TX claimed the life of 59-year-old Donna Kanaporius Wednesday, February 1, 2017.

The collision took place on the Fort Worth Highway about 1:15 in the 1300 block.

The vehicle occupied by Ms. Kanaporius was traveling along the highway when for reasons unknown it crossed the center line. The vehicle reportedly crashed into a fire hydrant, then subsequently struck a telephone pole. Ms. Kanaporius was taken to Weatherford Regional Medical Center for treatment of blunt force injuries. She died a short time later.

The exact cause of the incident is unclear.

The official investigation is currently underway and authorities hope to learn more as it concludes.

There was no further information made available by the report.

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