Cassie Siegel Death – The Concan Fire and Rescue are mourning the “sudden and unexpected” passing of one of their own. Cassie Siegel, a longtime Hondo, Texas resident was announced dead today, Sunday, the 5th of March 2023 through Concan Fire and Rescue publication on their Facebook page. While the cause of death is yet to be confirmed, local media speculates that she was involved in an accident. However, the cause of death has not been confirmed.
Concan Fire and Rescue wrote,
“The Concan Volunteer Fire Department feels a deep sense of sadness and grief in the passing of our beloved friend Cassie! It is with heavy hearts that we come together to honour her life. Our hearts go out to her friends and family during this difficult time. Our sincerest condolences are extended to her family and friends at this difficult time. The loss is felt throughout our Concan Community, but the strength with which support has come forth from our close-knit community has been both uplifting and humbling.”
Who was Cassie Siegel?
Cassie graduated from Mchenry East High School, McHenry County College and Iowa State University. She was the Director of Operations at Michalak Ranch, River Cleanup Coordinator at Texas Hill Country River Region and Fish and Wildlife Technician I at Texas Parks and Wildlife. Cassie sounds like a wonderful friend and a special person. She was so sweet and fun to be around. Cassie was such a sweetheart and a great friend! She was just perfect.
Cassie was always so vibrant and kind to everyone. Her memory will live on as she touched many lives. Those who knew Cassie will always remember her contagious smile and infectious laugh. She loved and cared deeply for everyone who came into her life. Most importantly, she loved her family; they were her greatest joys.
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Cassie Siegel.
Related Article – Man died in Rio Hondo car accident
The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a fatal two-vehicle collision that occurred Friday night east of Rio Hondo. Daniel Manuel Olivarez, 25, of Rio Hondo, died as a result of his injuries. DPS withholds the identity of the other driver, who has not been charged with a crime.
When asked by ValleyCentral about any developments in the case on Saturday morning, Montalvo stated that the public would not receive any additional information. Troopers have determined that a white Mitsubishi Mirage operated southbound on E. Brown Tract Road while ignoring a stop sign. The Mitsubishi then collided with Olivarez’s green Dodge Ram, which was travelling eastbound on FM106.
According to authorities, the collision occurred around 11:17 p.m. The driver of the Mitsubishi was transported to a nearby hospital for non-life-threatening injuries. Olivarez was transported to the Valley Baptist Medical Center in Harlingen, where he was pronounced dead. Troopers continue to investigate this fatal collision.
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