• May 10, 2017

Terry Osburn Killed in Fort Worth, TX, Car Accident

Fort Worth, TX -- May 8, 2017, Terry Osburn died from fatal injuries resulting from an accident where his vehicle crashed on the highway.

Authorities from the Fort Worth Police Department report that the accident occurred on Monday, May 1 at around 5:45 a.m. The crash happened near the intersection of East Loop 820 and Lancaster Avenue.

Police investigators reported that 53-year-old Osburn was driving a Jeep Wrangler along Loop 820. For reasons which aren't clear, the vehicle lost control and crashed into a barrier.

The crash was severe enough that it left Osburn in critical condition. EMS transported him to John Peter Smith Hospital for intensive care, where he died on Monday, May 8.

Police have not suggested what factors may have contributed to the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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