• March 02, 2017

Brian Deltus Wallace Killed, Johnny Leroy McGraw Injured in Accident in Mayo, FL

Mayo, FL -- A two-vehicle collision in the area of Mayo, FL left Brian Deltus Wallace dead and injured Johnny Leroy McGraw injured Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

The incident took place on U.S. Highway 27 around 5:11 p.m.

According to the reports, several vehicles were stopped in the northbound lanes on 27 waiting for Mr. McGraw to pass. It appears Mr. Wallace was headed towards the stopped traffic when his vehicle swerved into the southbound lane of 27. Mr. McGraw's and Mr. Wallace's vehicles collided, ending up on the west shoulder. The truck driven by Mr. Wallace flipped onto its left side, finally resting on its top. Mr. McGraw's semi jackknifed and landed on top of Mr. Wallace's passenger vehicle.

Mr. Wallace was killed at the scene of the incident. Mr. McGraw was taken to a nearby hospital with injuries described as "serious."

The exact cause of the incident had not been determined at the time of the report.

The official investigation is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

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