Madora Swist, Charles Swist Struck and Killed by Vehicle on Highway 6 in College Station

Madora Swist, Charles Swist Struck and Killed by Vehicle on Highway 6 in College Station

Madora Swist and Charles Swist ID’d as Victims of Highway 6 Accident near FM 159
College Station, Texas (November 4, 2018) – The Texas Department of Public Safety has identified the two people who were killed Friday night after they were struck by a vehicle while trying to put gas into a car stranded on the side of the road south of College Station as Madora Swist, 32, and Charles Swist, 65.
The fatal wreck occurred just after 10:00 p.m. Friday, November 2 on Highway 6 near FM 159.
According to the DPS, a Ford Escape, operated by Madora Swist, was stranded on the northbound shoulder of State Highway 6. A Chevy, driven by Charles Swist, 65, stopped behind the Ford and activated their hazard lights.  
As the two attempted to add gas to the Ford, they were struck by a Nissan car, driven by Brandon Bowers, 33.
Madora and Charles were pronounced dead at the scene. Three children, who were in the Ford at the time, were unhurt and were released to a family member.
An investigation into the crash is ongoing.

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