18-Year-Old Molly Reck Dead, 1 Other Person Injured In Multi-Vehicle Collision In Tyler (Tyler, TX)

The Texas Department of Public Safety stated that at around 4.50 PM on Wednesday, a two-vehicle collision occurred. The location is reportedly on a road west of Whitehouse. 

Molly Reck, 18, of Tyler, was eastbound in a Hyundai Tuscon. Preliminary reports indicate that the 16-year-old driver of a Toyota RAV4 was westbound on the same roadway at the same time. 

The report states that the driver of the Toyota left the roadway to the right, and attempted to correct their position but crossed into the eastbound lane, striking Reck’s vehicle.

Reck was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Toyota was transported to the hospital in stable condition.

August 19, 2022

Source: KLTV

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