Bullard woman identified as victim of Friday evening wreck - Tucson News Now

Bullard woman identified as victim of Friday evening wreck

From the Department of Public Safety:

BULLARD, TX--DPS Troopers responded to a one vehicle crash this afternoon around 4:10 on US 69 near FM 2493. 

A white Nissan passenger car was northbound on US 69 when the driver lost control of the vehicle and ran off the road to the right.

The vehicle struck a tree, killing the driver and injuring two passengers. 

The driver has been identified as 39 year old Hollie Warren of Bullard. A 15 year old passenger identified as Haley Lombardo was reported to be in critical condition at ETMC Tyler. The other passenger has been identified as 15 year old Wade Driggers of Bullard. He was transported to ETMC Tyler with minor injuries. 

 

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