• February 15, 2017

Ross Lightfoot Killed, 1 Injured in Bryan, TX, Head-on Accident

Bryan, TX -- February 15, 2017, Ross Travis Lightfoot was killed, another man injured, due to an accident where their pickups crashed into each other.

According to Bryan officials, 23-year-old Lightfoot was traveling eastbound on West Villa Maria Road at about 1:30 a.m. In the opposite lanes was another pickup with one occupant.

Preliminary reports state that, for reasons which have yet to be determined, the two pickups crossed paths with one another. This caused a near head-on collision between the two vehicles.

As a result of the collision, Lightfoot suffered fatal injuries, and he died at the scene. The driver of the other vehicle, identity not released, sustained non-life-threatening injuries. EMS transported him to a hospital.

Authorities have not yet confirmed what factors contributed to this accident. No charges or citations have been reported, and authorities say the crash is still being investigated.

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