Tx Car Accident on I-37 Kills Driver and Injures Couple
Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 17-Sep-2012
An auto accident outside Three Rivers left one driver dead and sent two others to the hospital with injuries resulting from the collision on I-37 last Thursday, officials said.
Police identified the woman who was killed as 25-year-old Round Rock resident, Christine Davis. According to authorities, Davis was the driver of the Toyota Camry that veered into the opposite lane of traffic, smashing into a Buick Enclave.
The driver of the Buick was identified as 88-year-old Edward Whitfield Bryan and his wife, 85-year-old Elizabeth Bryan. Both were residents of Wimberly, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan were both airlifted to University Hospital in San Antonio. They were recently listed in serious condition.
Davis was pronounced dead at the scene of the car wreck on I-37. Two dogs were also in her vehicle at the time of the car crash. One dog was killed in the accident and the other was expected to survive.
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