• May 16, 2017

Scott Bowles Killed in Accident in Harker Heights, TX

Harker Heights, TX -- A collision between a passenger vehicle and a tow truck driver left 39-year-old Scott Bowles, the driver of the tow truck, dead Thursday, May 11, 2017.

The investigation revealed Mr. Bowles was outside his vehicle attempting to provide assistance to a motorist. Within moments, a passing minivan struck Mr. Bowles, leaving him hospitalized with an amputated leg. He was pronounced dead a short time later.

The exact cause of the incident is yet to be determined.

The official investigation is currently underway.

There was no further information provided by the preliminary press release.

Further information may be forthcoming as the investigation reaches its conclusion.

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