Jennalyn Yeager Death – The victim who was killed in a two-car accident on Monday afternoon in Madison County has been identified by the responding officers. Jennalyn Yeager, an 18-year-old teenage driver reportedly passed away from injuries sustained in the tragic two-car accident.
On Monday, July 11th, 2022, at approximately 1:30 pm, the collision happened near the intersection of FM 2289 and FM 978. Jennalyn Yeager, a resident of Madisonville, Texas was allegedly driving southbound on FM 978 in his 2012 GNC Sierra when he disobeyed the stop sign where he was involved in a collision with a 2019 Toyota Avalon that was purportedly going in the opposite direction on FM 978. At the scene of the accident, it was determined that Jennalyn Yeager had passed away.
The driver of a 2019 Toyota Avalon was taken to CHI St. Joseph Health in Bryan after being involved in an accident. The condition of the 17-year-old female driver is currently unknown. There was initially no information available concerning the crash’s subsequent specifics. The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a two-vehicle fatality crash in Madison County.
**4 killed, 3 injured in smuggling-related Texas vehicle collision**
Police in Texas say that a car accident that occurred on Thursday involved an alleged human trafficking operation that resulted in the deaths of four persons and left three others in serious condition. According to the reports from the Texas Department of Public Safety, the event took occurred on Interstate 35 in the city of Encinal, Texas. According to a tweet sent out by the Texas Department of Public Safety, “The driver suspected of human smuggling evaded law enforcement and crashed into a commercial vehicle.”
Approximately 65 kilometers (40 miles) to the north of the international boundary between the United States and Mexico is the town of Encinal. This tragedy occurred three days after 53 illegal immigrants were discovered dead inside a tractor-trailer in San Antonio while they were being smuggled into the United States.