2 Teens And 2 Men Dead In Three-Vehicle Crash In Fredericksburg

According to the authorities, 4 individuals died on Saturday in a three-vehicle accident that occurred outside Fredericksburg in Central Texas.

The location of the accident was U.S. Highway 290 near FM 1376, about five miles east of Fredericksburg.

The name of the individuals who died in the accident were:

  • 15-year-old Evan Langbein
  • 17-year-old Destiny Conaster
  • 58-year-old Keith Hoover
  • 61-year-old Don Corley

According to the officials, the investigation revealed that a Toyota Corolla, in which 2 teenagers were travelling west on the highway, crashed into a pickup truck due to which it collided with a Chevy Suburban. Conaster was behind the wheel of the Toyota and the passenger was Langbein. Conaster was the student of Rouse High School in the Leander ISD school district.

The other 2 were going in the Suburban, who died in the accident.

There were also 4 others travelling in the Suburban, who sustained injuries:

  • 66-year-old Robert Thomas
  • 64-year-old Sharon Thomas
  • 57-year-old Carol Hoover
  • 61-year-old Sandra Corley

The reason of the accident is not known, but it is said that the road was slippery due to the storm.

To clear the road, a segment of Highway 290 was closed for several hours on Saturday.

News Source: www.KWTX.com

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