BAYSIDE, TX — Jason Johnson was killed in a multi-vehicle accident that happened just outside Bayside, Texas on Saturday, November 15th, 2014. The article from KIII-TV said that the accident happened sometime Saturday morning.
35-year-old Jason Johnson was killed when the car he was driving, another car, and a pickup truck collided on FM 136. Police said that they think Johnson’s vehicle drove into the northbound lanes from the southbound lanes where he collided with the other vehicles head-on.
Johnson was pronounced dead on the scene by EMS when they arrived.
The driver of the pickup truck was taken to Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.
Representatives from the local police as well as the Department of Public Safety are handling the investigation into the accident.
Scene of the Accident
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