Fort Hood Soldier Killed, Three Others Injured in Single-Vehicle Crash
Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 6-Feb-2012
Two Fort Hood soldier was killed and two other vehicle occupants were injured in a single-vehicle accident in Williamson County, Department of Public Safety Officials said.
According to reports, Joshua Wynn, 21, is believed to have been a passenger in the vehicle. Wynn was pronounced dead at the scene of the car accident. He was stationed at Fort Hood, officials said.
A 24-year-old passenger, Kendre Hall, who was also a soldier stationed at Fort Hood, was seriously injured in the Williamson County car accident. Officials said Hall was transported to the hospital with a broken neck. She later passed away in the hospital as a result of the neck injury she sustained in the accident.
Ashley Shelton and Ida Fruster were also occupants in the vehicle, who were injured in the single-vehicle crash. Shelton endured head injuries while Fruster has already been released from the hospital after receiving treatment.
According to DPS, Fruster was traveling at approximately 60 mph at the time of the accident, before she apparently lost control of the vehicle, smashing into a nearby tree.
Police recently charged Ida Fruster with two counts of intoxication manslaughter in relation to the Williamson County drunk driving accident that killed the two Fort Hood soldiers. Fruster is currently being held at the Williamson County jail with her bail set at $60,000, the Austin Statesman reported.
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