Jasper County, TX – Alexander Burnett and David Landry were injured in a three-vehicle collision in Jasper County on Sunday, November 22nd, 2015. The accident happened around 2:00 am.
From what we can tell, a Dodge pickup truck being driven by 22-year-old Jacie Viator was heading southbound on Highway 62. The Dodge allegedly crossed the center-line and hit a Ford truck head-on, driven by 53-year-old Landry. Viator and Landry then exited their vehicles. A few minutes later, a Toyota pickup truck, driven by 22-year-old Burnett, also heading south struck the Ford truck. The Toyota then flipped over.
Burnett and Landry were taken to Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth with what appear to be non life-threatening injuries.
Troopers are still investigating the the circumstances surrounding the crash.
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