• May 18, 2017

Kathryne Norsworthy Killed, Deloise Berry Injured in Crockett, TX, Accident

Crockett, TX -- April 24, 2017, Kathryne Norsworthy was killed and Deloise Berry was injured due to an accident where their vehicles crashed head-on.

Officers from the Crockett Police Department released preliminary information regarding the fatal incident. They reported that the crash occurred at around 8:30 a.m. near the intersection of SW Loop 304 and Austin Street.

According to investigators, 52-year-old Norsworthy was driving a Honda along the westbound lanes of the highway. As she did so, her vehicle and 45-year-old Berry's eastbound Chevy somehow crossed paths. This led to a head-on collision.

Due to the severity of the collision, both drivers were critically injured. They were transported to Timberland Medical Center for treatment, where Norsworthy later died. Berry was later transported to Trinity Mother Francis for further treatment.

At this time, police have not said what factors may have been involved in the accident. No further information is available.

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