Roger Christ Death – Three miles to the southeast of Magnolia, Texas, on Hardin Store Road, a single-vehicle accident that resulted in a fatality is being investigated by troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). The preliminary findings of the accident investigation suggest that on Tuesday, August 8, 2023, at about 8:02 a.m., a 2001 Dodge Ram pickup that was travelling west on Hardin Store Road entered the eastbound lanes, went off the roadway, and struck a tree.
The driver of the Dodge, Roger Charles Christ Jr., was pronounced dead at the scene by Montgomery County Justice of the Peace Matt Masden. Christ was 44 years old and lived in The Woodlands. The victim was taken to the Montgomery County Forensic Centre so that an autopsy could be performed on them. Because this is still an active inquiry, there is no new information that can be disclosed at this time.
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Jessica Culpepper has established a GoFundMe page in order to assist with fundraising for the costs associated with the funeral as well as the costs that will be incurred by the family over the next number of weeks. He left his wife and two children behind.
Roger Christ Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
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On July 12, the Louisiana State Police are conducting an investigation into a crash involving three vehicles that resulted in the death of one person. Caleb Easterling, 19, from Denham Springs was taken to the hospital after being injured, but he did not survive his injuries and passed away there.
According to the troopers, the collision took place on Louisiana State Highway 64 in Livingston Parish. According to the Central Fire Department, the collision took place shortly after 2:00 p.m., and when they arrived on the scene together with the Livingston Fire District 5 they discovered that two people were trapped and a third had been injured.
Jaws of life were used to immediately release the two people who were trapped inside their vehicle by the responding crews. Both individuals were reportedly in critical condition when they arrived at the local hospital, where they were taken by a chopper from Acadian Air Med.
According to the authorities, William Cokes, 49, of Baton Rouge was operating a 1998 Dodge Dakota while travelling east on Louisiana State Highway 64. At the same time, Easterling was driving a 2009 Ford F-150 westbound on Louisiana State Highway 64. They said that Cokes had crossed the centerline for reasons that are yet unknown and had collided head-on with the F-150. In addition, according to the authorities, a 2015 Dodge Charger travelling west on LA 64 collided with the back end of the F-150.
At the time of the collision, Easterling was not using a seatbelt as required by the law.
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