• May 22, 2017

Michael Rinne Killed, DeAngelo Richardson Injured in Castro Co., TX, Accident

Castro County, TX -- May 18, 2017, Michael Rinne was killed and DeAngelo Richardson was injured following a single-vehicle accident.

Authorities reported that the fatal crash took place just east of the town of Nazareth just before 4:00 p.m.

Initial reports indicate that 29-year-old Richardson was driving a Chevy van along he eastbound lanes of State Highway 86. As he did so, the vehicle somehow lost control and went off the side of the highway. In an attempt to correct the vehicle, the van went back onto the highway before eventually overturning.

Rinne was ejected from the vehicle during the crash. His injuries proved fatal, and he died at the scene. Richardson was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The exact cause of the accident remains under investigation at this time. No further details have been released.

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