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Two Killed In Three Vehicle Crash South Of College Station

From the DPS office in Bryan:

Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) State Troopers are investigating a three vehicle auto-pedestrian fatality crash that occurred Friday evening, south of College Station, on State Highway 6 in Brazos County.

The preliminary investigation indicates shortly after 10 p.m., the driver of a 2001 Ford Escape was disabled on the northbound improved shoulder of SH-6.

The driver of a 2012 Chevrolet passenger vehicle pulled behind the ford and activated the Chevrolet’s emergency flashers.

While attempting to add gas to the ford, the drivers of the Ford and Chevrolet vehicles were struck by a 2008 Nissan passenger vehicle.

The driver of the ford, Madora Swist, 32, of Houston, and the driver of the Chevrolet, Charles Swist, 65, of Bryan, were pronounced deceased at the scene by Judge Mike McCleary.

Three children occupying the Ford were uninjured during the crash; they were released to a family member at the scene.

The driver of the Nissan, Brandon Bowers, 33, of Houston, was also uninjured.

Traffic on the northbound lanes was rerouted to the service road for several hours as the crash was being investigated.

This collision remains under investigation with no further information available at this time.

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Posted by on Nov 3 2018. Filed under News.
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