Cole Cooper, the victim of a deadly car accident on South Duck Creek Road in Montgomery County, has been identified. The North Montgomery County Fire Department received a call at midnight. reporting that Cooper had driven his vehicle into a bridge that was going over a creek. There were no other cars involved in the accident, and Cooper was pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation is currently underway to determine the cause of the accident.
How Cole Cooper Car Accident Happened?
On Sunday Midnight, emergency services received several calls about a vehicle that appeared to be hanging over a bridge on South Duck Creek.
When the first units arrived on the scene, they confirmed that the vehicle was trapped and put in a request for additional manpower.
The driver of the vehicle, who had been heading north on South Duck Creek, lost control of the vehicle due to the slippery conditions of the road.
The vehicle slid into the guardrail of the bridge, and the remaining portion of the guardrail was thrown into the creek when the end of the railing was knocked off.
The guardrail went through the dashboard, the passenger window, and finally stopped at the driver’s door.
The driver was unable to move because his foot got caught beneath the dashboard, and he was wedged between the guardrail and the vehicle.
Sadly, despite the efforts of emergency services, the driver succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
What happened to Cole Cooper?
On Sunday, a man was driving on I-45 in Conroe when he lost control of his car, causing it to veer off the road and onto the Walker Bridge.
The man’s car was left hanging precariously off the edge of the bridge, and he was trapped inside.
Firefighters from the Conroe Fire Department responded to the scene and quickly got to work trying to rescue the man.
They first had to secure the vehicle to prevent it from tumbling into the river below. Then, they began disassembling the Kia Sephia to get to the man.
After twenty-five minutes of work, they were finally able to extract him from the vehicle. The man was in severe condition with life-threatening injuries when he arrived at HCA Conroe hospital. Sadly, he later died from his injuries. The incident is still under investigation, but authorities believe that speed may have been a factor.