Jeffrey Von Sutton Death – 41-year-old Montgomery, Texas man has died following a deadly car accident that happened this past week. The victim has been identified as Jeffrey Von Sutton. According to reports, Jeffrey Von Sutton passed away on Friday, March 31, due to injuries from a car accident. No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. Please continue prayers for Tarah, Jett, Dash, and all of his family here in Tennessee.
Who was Jeffrey Von Sutton?
Jeffrey was born and grew up in the Tennessee city of Sevierville. He played many sports as a kid and went to Sevier County High School. Jeffrey was on the football team that won the 5A State Championship in 1999. When he was done with school, he met his wife, Tarah. Jeffrey loves his two kids, Jett and Dash, with all of his heart. Jeffrey liked to go fishing, play golf, and spend time with his kids. Everyone who knew Jeffrey loved him and will miss him very much.
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Jeffrey Von Sutton.
Related Article – One dead, One hospitalized after multi-vehicle crash in Montgomery County
According to the Montgomery County Police Department, a collision in Montgomery County involving two automobiles resulted in the death of one guy and sent another person to the hospital. Sandy Spring was the location of the collision, which took place on Norbeck Road between Norwood Road and New Hampshire Avenue.
According to the Montgomery County Police Department, the preliminary investigation found that a car was travelling westbound on Norbeck Road when it crossed into the oncoming lane of traffic and collided with another vehicle that was travelling eastward. According to the police, the driver of the vehicle that caused the collision was taken to a local hospital, where he was later confirmed deceased.
An adult passenger in the other vehicle had injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening and were sent to a nearby hospital for treatment. On Norbeck Road, there is a blockage in one or more lanes, and motorists are urged to avoid the area.
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