• May 02, 2017

Rhonda Cagle Killed, Hunter White, Brandon Bell, 2 Hurt in Cleburne, TX, Accident

-- May 1, 2017, Rhonda Cagle was killed, Hunter White, Brandon Bell, and two others were injured in Cleburne, TX, after a two-vehicle collision.

The Texas Department of Public Safety responded to the fatal accident, which they say occurred at around 8:00 a.m. at the intersection of US Highway 67 and County Road 1119.

According to preliminary police reports, 17-year-old White was in a Kia traveling westbound along US 67. In his car were three passengers, 18-year-old Bell and two other teens, ages 15 and 16. As they traveled, the Kia attempted a left turn at County Road 1119. In doing so, the car entered the path of an eastbound vehicle being driven by 63-year-old Cagle.

The two vehicles collided into each other. According to emergency officials, Cagle sustained fatal injuries and died at the scene. White, Bell, and the other two teenagers were all taken to hospitals in critical condition. The exact nature of their injuries was not reported.

Authorities did not say if any particular factors contributed to the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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