Burleson County, TX (9/4/2021) – A distracted driving incident left one person dead Saturday afternoon.
The accident happened on Highway 36 and FM 1363 around noon when the driver of the Jeep SUV became distracted and rear-ended a Ford that was stopped for a turn onto FM 1363.
The driver of the Ford, 60-year-old Martha Martinez, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver of the Jeep was not injured.
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- Broken bones
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