Jasper, TX — There was a rollover wreck outside of Jasper this past Thursday (June 4, 2015) that left a local woman with injuries. The news later identified the woman as Shelitha Landry and said that his SUV overturned on Highway 96.
This was at about 3:00 p.m. on Thursday afternoon, near Highway 8. The driver of the SUV was David Beatty, 36, and Shelitha Landry was his passenger.
Apparently, Beatty had been driving south on Highway 96 in his Ford Explorer SUV when the vehicle suddenly lost control and swerved off the side of the highway. It then crashed into a sign, hit some small trees, and flipped over in a shallow ditch.
The SUV appeared to land on its roof, which injured Shelitha Landry. She was rushed to a hospital in unknown condition while David Beatty wasn’t very seriously hurt at all.
Right now, it’s unclear what caused the SUV to flip over.
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