• May 02, 2017

Martha Blazek Killed in Longview, TX, Car Accident

Longview, TX -- May 1, 2017, Martha Blazek suffered fatal injuries following an accident in which her vehicle and a pickup collided and an intersection.

The Longview Police Department responded to the fatal accident scene in the afternoon hours of Monday. They say it occurred at the intersection of West Marshall Avenue and Enterprise Street.

Preliminary investigations indicate that 65-year-old Blazek was traveling northbound on Enterprise when she came to the intersection of Marshall. She attempted a left turn off of Enterprise and crossed paths with an eastbound Dodge pickup. This led to a collision.

Due to the severity of the collision, Blazek sustained fatal injuries, from which she eventually died. No other injuries were reported.

Police did not report any citations or charges resulting from the accident. Factors surrounding the crash are still under investigation.

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