Victim Name Released from Camden Fatal Accident, CAMDEN, September 5, 2022 - The victim's name has been released from the fatal rollover accident that occurred on FM-942 on September 2, 2022. Calvin Hans Nail, 30, of Newton, was west-bound on FM-942 on September 2, 2022. Nail's vehicle left the pavement to the right, then he overcorrected left. Nail's vehicle continued left into the weeds sliding sideways and began to roll. Nail's vehicle came to rest upside down at the edge of a patch of trees. Nail was allegedly on his way to the Georgia Pacific plywood mill where he reportedly worked. This accident remains under investigation by the Texas Highway Patrol.
ORIGINAL STORY BELOW
Rollover Accident is Fatal, CAMDEN, September 2, 2022 - At approximately 4:35 pm on September 2, 2022, the driver of a white 2002 Mercury Grand Marquise, was west-bound on FM-942. For some reason, the driver left the pavement to the right, then over corrected to the left, left the pavement again on the other side of the road as the vehicle slid sideways and rolled. The vehicle rolled and came to rest at the edge of the woodline at 942 and 219 Bennett Drive. Constable Mike Nettles was the first emergency responder on the scene. Troopers Johnny Wilkerson, Lindley Clark, Sean Barnes, and Sergeant Sam Lattner, all with the Texas Highway Patrol were dispatched to the scene. The victim apparently died at the scene moments after the crash. Justice of the Peace, Jamie Richardson filed an inquest at the scene. A first-call car from Cochran Funeral Home transported the victim from the scene (name being withheld pending notification of relatives). The vehicle was recovered by Clifton Chevrolet out of Corrigan. This accident remains under investigation by the Texas Highway Patrol.
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The accident occurred at 219 Bennett Drive at FM-942 near the Camden Georgia Pacific plywood mill.
The car was a 2002 Mercury Grand Marquise.
Justice of the Peace, Jamie Richardson (right) filed an inquest at the scene. Richardson is speaking with Trooper Johnny Wilkerson (left) and Sergeant Sam Lattner.
A first-call car from Cochran Funeral Home transported the victim from the scene.
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