Earnest Taylor Killed in Two-Vehicle Accident on North Orchard Avenue in Cameron

Earnest Taylor Killed in Two-Vehicle Accident on North Orchard Avenue in Cameron

Earnest Taylor ID’d as Man Killed in Cameron Crash on North Orchard Avenue and U.S. 190/West 4th Street

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Earnest Taylor Killed in Two-Vehicle Accident on North Orchard Avenue in Cameron


Cameron, Texas (May 8, 2018) – The man who was killed in a crash involving a Milam County deputy in Cameron Wednesday night has been identified as Earnest Taylor, 70, of Cameron.
The crash happened on North Orchard Avenue and U.S. 190/West 4th Street on Wednesday, May 2.
According to Texas Department of Public Safety, a Dodge pickup truck driven by Taylor was broadsided by a Chevrolet Tahoe operated by the Milam County deputy, which was crossing U.S. 190/West 4th Street on North Orchard Avenue.
Taylor was pronounced dead at the scene and his wife, Shirley Taylor, 75, of Cameron, was transported to Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Temple with incapacitating injuries, police said.
The unidentified deputy was also transported to Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Temple with non-life-threatening.
Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating the cause of the crash.
We extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.
If you have lost a loved one in an auto accident or as a result of another person’s wrongful conduct, contact Joel A. Gordon & Associates at 281-943-5555 for a free consultation. Our offices are conveniently located throughout Houston and Harris County. We also conduct regular travels in the region to meet with clients.
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