• February 20, 2017

Brad Dehart Dies in Bexar County, TX, Single-Vehicle Accident

Bexar County, TX -- February 19, 2017, Brad Dehart died as the result of an accident in which his vehicle crashed off the roadway.

Bexar County officials responded to the accident scene at around 2:00 a.m. The crash happened northeast of San Antonio along Nacgodoches Road.

Preliminary investigations by Bexar County authorities indicate that Dehart was driving a passenger vehicle down Nacogdoches Road. For reasons that have not yet been determined, the vehicle lost control and veered off the road. As a result, it crashed in the off-road area.

Dehart was critically injured in the accident. Bexar County medical officials pronounced him deceased at around 2:45 a.m.

Right now, authorities haven't suggested what factors may have contributed to the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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