Seminole, Texas — There was a deadly accident on Thursday morning of this week (December 4, 2014) that claimed the life of a Seminole man. Authorities identified the man as Aaron Kelley, 21 years old, and said that he died when the car he was riding in had an accident on Texas Highway 385.
The accident was reported on Friday morning, but the wreck actually happened on Thursday morning, around 6:00 a.m.
Aaron Kelley was riding in Dodge Durango SUV that was headed south along Texas 285 that morning. The driver, 19-year old Matthew Garnett, somehow lost control as he navigated around a curve in the highway, swerved off the road and flipping over.
Unfortunately, Kelley was not wearing a seat belt and was killed immediately in the accident. At the last update, Garnett was seriously injured and had been taken to a Seminole Hospital. It’s not really clear why he lost control of his SUV that morning, though.
Scene of the Accident
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