• February 16, 2017

Sarah Coomes Armstrong Killed in Rusk County, TX, Accident

Rusk County, TX -- February 14, 2017, Sarah Coomes Armstrong was killed following an accident where her vehicle lost control and crashed.

Rusk County Police investigators released preliminary information regarding the accident. They say it happened in the early hours of Tuesday near the intersection of County Road 2121 and Highway 322.

Police indicate that 41-year-old Armstrong was traveling eastbound on CR 2121. As she traveled, the vehicle somehow lost control and veered off of the roadway. In the roadside area, the vehicle crashed into an embankment and came to a stop.

As a result of the collision, Armstrong was partially ejected from the vehicle, and she sustained critical injuries. Police say she died at the scene.

At this time, no cause of the accident has been suggested by police. They say investigations are ongoing.

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