San Angelo, TX -- This year Tom Green County had a slew of horrendous accidents. Some resulted in an unfortunate loss of life. Check out the list below.
In June, two Tom Green County women were killed in horrendous head-on cash. The victims were identified as 19-year-old Araceli Fe Marin and 27-year-old Alyssa Ashley Glasgow.
In September, Kenny Comstock and his wife Melissa were tragically killed in a car crash while on their way to Ruidoso. The couple was traveling with their three children when they were hit head-on by a Ford pickup.
A late summer storm and wildfires wreaked havoc in Tom Green County. As lightning illuminated the sky, it also created multiple grass fires across the county. Volunteers firefighters were spread thin as they responded to multiple calls.
A San Angelo man lost his life after his pickup departed the roadway in the early hours of the morning. According to police, the driver crashed with the median and utility pole before coming to a stop on an embankment by Loop 306.
A horrific crash closed down part of Houston Harte in early December as first responders spent hours rescuing a woman trapped by a big rig. Check out the scene in the link above.
A 29-year-old man was charged with intoxication manslaughter after a single-vehicle crashed into a utility pole at a high rate of speed at the intersection of Oakes St. and E. 12th St.
A 71-year-old Menard woman was killed in Tom Green County in early July. The fatal crash occurred after she disregarded a stop sign pulled into the path of a pickup.
In March, a male driver lost his life in a vehicle crash inside of the South Concho Community Mobile Home and RV Park. According to police, the driver rammed a sedan into a tree.
A crash on Knickerbocker Rd resulted in a pickup ended up on its side. The area had a police presence for nearly two hours.
A child was injured at the five-way intersection of Ave. N and College Hills Blvd. after an intoxicated driver struck his bike back in May. Police found the driver in possession of marijuana.
Missed the Cut
A driver created a second drive-thru at the Taco Bell on Knickerbocker after he drove through the front doors in an early morning crash.