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NHS grad hurt in wreck

Davis in critical condition with head injuries

Posted: Saturday, December 11, 2010 2:00 am | Updated: 2:22 pm, Tue Jun 4, 2013.

Ryan Davis, a 2008 Nacogdoches High School graduate attending Texas A&M University in Galveston, was critically injured in a one-vehicle accident early Friday on Seawolf Parkway in Galveston, according to information from the Galveston Police Department.

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        • ShanClairCurtis posted at 5:54 pm on Wed, Dec 15, 2010.

          ShanClairCurtis Posts: 45

          Here's the article.

          TAMUG student critical after rollover wreck
          By Chris Paschenko
          The Daily News
          Published December 11, 2010

          GALVESTON — Three people were hospitalized Friday, including one in critical condition, after they were thrown from a tumbling pickup truck, authorities said.

          A Galveston police officer investigating the crash listed in a report that alcohol and the failure to control speed were among the factors contributing to the 1:28 a.m. wreck in the 200 block of Seawolf Parkway.

          Ryan Brown Davis, 21, was listed as the driver of a 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup as it traveled north on Seawolf Parkway, the report states.

          No one has been charged in the incident, according to wreck and incident reports released Friday. Police weren’t immediately available for comment. A blood sample to test for alcohol and drugs was taken from Davis, the wreck report states.

          Davis and two passengers, Kathryn Anne Kimbrough, 27, and Alexander Gray Markle, 20, were thrown from the truck when it left the road and rolled over several times, according to the wreck report.

          An ambulance took the occupants to the University of Texas Medical Branch, where Davis was listed in critical condition, a hospital spokeswoman said Friday afternoon.

          Kimbrough was in fair condition, and Markle was in good condition.

          The truck left the road in a right-hand curve and apparently crashed through a barbed-wire fence, according to an officer’s diagram of the wreck scene.

          Davis and Markle are students enrolled at the Texas A&M University at Galveston, a college spokesman said.

          Another PREVENTABLE alcohol related wreck. Our prayers go out to all involved.

        • bobsuruncle posted at 2:12 pm on Sat, Dec 11, 2010.

          bobsuruncle Posts: 72

          Here's a link to the Galveston Daily News article that provides a little more detail on the accident.


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