UPSHUR COUNTY, TX — A two-vehicle accident killed one man and sent another to the hospital in Upshur County, TX on Saturday, January 18th, 2014, according to a news report from KLTV.
Police have reason to believe that an as-of-yet unidentified person was hurt when two-vehicles collided head-on while driving on Highway 115. The report does not clarify the nature of the crash, nor the vehicles speed at the time of the accident.
Scene of the Accident
One person sustained unspecified injuries in the crash and was taken to a nearby hospital where updates on their conditions were not made available by hospital staff.
The driver of the other vehicle was identified by police as Charles Gibbs, who was killed in the crash.
The investigation remains active and ongoing.
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