TITUS COUNTY, TX — One person was killed, and another four were seriously hurt in a two-vehicle crash in Titus County, TX on Saturday, January 4th, 2014, according to KYTX-19.
Police have said that one person was killed, and another four were hurt in an accident of an unspecified nature while driving on Farm to Market 3417. The report does not specify the the type of accident, or which direction or speed the cars were going at the time of the crash.
Scene of the Accident
One person in the accident was killed, another four people were taken to local hospitals by emergency response personnel where updates on their conditions were not made available.
The investigation into the crash is currently underway.
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