E. Texas woman dead, two men injured after Kilgore crash
Lilly and Bobby Green (Source: Family photo)
KILGORE, TX (KLTV) -
According to the Kilgore Police Department, 79-year-old Lilly Green of Gladewater died at a local hospital Tuesday after a major two-vehicle accident.
Officers responded to a crash at the intersection of Highway 135 and Goforth Road. Initial investigation revealed that a gold 1999 Chevrolet Suburban was traveling southbound on Highway 135 when it struck a red 2008 Dodge Charger that was entering the intersection from the westbound lane of Goforth Road.
Bobby Green, 81, of Gladewater was driving the Suburban at the time the crash occurred. He was transported to Good Shepherd Medical Center in Longview with serious injuries. The driver and only occupant of the Charger was 78-year-old Oren Owens of Kilgore. Owens was also taken to Good Shepherd with critical injuries.
Lilly Green, who was the only passenger in the Suburban, was taken to Good Shepherd where she later died from injuries sustained during the accident.
The Kilgore Police Department, Kilgore Fire Department and Champion EMS responded to the crash. This accident is being investigated by the Kilgore Police Department Major Crash Investigative Team.
Anyone with further information regarding this wreck is asked to contact Kilgore Traffic Officer Carolyn Wink.
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