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Texan Killed In Louisiana Accident

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MANY, La. (AP) — Louisiana State Police says a Texas man died in a two-vehicle accident.

The accident happened around 7:40 a.m. Sunday on La. Highway 191 in Sabine Parish.

Trooper Scott Moreau says the crash involved a Jeep driven by 29-year-old Tommy F. Tilley Jr. of Diboll, Texas, and a pickup driven by 65-year-old Earl John Broussard of Baytown, Texas.

Moreau says Tilley lost control, crossed the centerline, hit the pickup, then ran off the road and struck several trees.

He says Tilley was pronounced dead at the scene. Broussard suffered minor injuries in the crash.

The accident remains under investigation.

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