Jeremy Jones Killed, Javan Bluford and Larece Perry Injured in Two-Car Accident on U.S. Highway 59 in Polk Countyjoelagordon
Jeremy Jones ID’d as Person Killed in Polk County Crash on U.S. Highway 59
Polk County, Texas (May 5, 2018) – The man who was killed in a two-car accident that left two others hospitalized on Friday afternoon in Polk County has been identified as Jeremy Jones, 36, of Houston.
According to a Texas Department of Public Safety report, the collision happened at around 3:30 p.m. Friday, May 4 in the southbound lanes of U.S. Highway 59 about two miles north of Corrigan.
According to the DPS report, Javan Bluford, 20, of San Augustine was driving a 2003 Ford pickup northbound on U.S. Highway 59 when he lost control, and the vehicle slid through the grass median.
The Ford collided with a southbound 2013 Hyundai passenger car, driven by 44-year-old Larece Perry of Coldspring, and had Jones as a passenger.
Jones was pronounced dead at the scene.
Perry was taken to CHI St. Luke’s Hospital in Lufkin with unknown injuries.
Bluford was transported to CHI St. Luke’s Hospital in Livingston for treatment.
An investigation into the deadly accident is ongoing.
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 & Associatesat 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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