EDINBURG, TX — One person was killed in a serious three vehicle crash that happened in Edinburg, Texas on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014, according to a report from Valley Central.
Police have said that they have reason to believe Jackie Jobe was killed when the vehicle he was driving swerved into the lanes of oncoming traffic and collided with a black SUV while driving on Trenton Road. The accident was reported to local authorities around 8:30 in the morning.
Scene of the Accident
Jackie Jobe was killed in the accident, although it is immediately unclear if they were killed instantly in the accident or if they were possibly taken by EMS personnel to a nearby hospital where an update on his condition was not made available by hospital staff.
Authorities from the Texas Department of Transportation is currently handling the crash investigation.
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