A 21-year-old man was killed Friday afternoon in a fatal collision along Wellborn Road in Bryan.

According to Bryan police, at about 4:15 p.m., officers were called to the 4200 block of Wellborn Road, near the intersection of Clay Street. Three vehicles had been involved in a collision, and the driver of a Jeep, whom authorities say was not wearing a seat belt, had been ejected from the vehicle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Investigators determined that a Toyota Camry had been traveling southbound on Wellborn and slowed down to make a left turn into the Westgate Shopping Center. A van driving behind the Camry had been speeding and slammed into the rear of the car, police said. This sent the Camry into the path of northbound traffic, which is when it collided with the northbound Jeep, causing the Jeep to roll.

Neither the driver of the Camry nor the driver of the van were injured. The driver of the van was cited for speeding and for not having a valid driver’s license.

Authorities have not released the name of the victim.

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(3) comments

Nunya Bidness

Why didn't he have a valid driver's license? Because he was an illegal immigrant. Why didn't the Eagle publish that critical piece of information? Simple fact....an A&M student would be alive today if that illegal immigrant weren't in the country. C'mon Eagle, do your job. Accurately inform your readers.

Eduardo Ramirez

Nunya .......plz stop hiding behind a fake name.if your going to be hateful be proud of it. Valid dl ....meaning they had a dl before.....if you were an illegal you wouldnt be able to even apply for one...... your state of mind is literally based on bigotry and past generations who raised you that way.

Nunya Bidness

I know for a fact that the person who caused the accident was an illegal immigrant. And not having a valid Texas driver's license doesn't mean you once had one. It is the phrase used by law enforcement to indicate they didn't have a driver's license that is valid in the USA. He could have had a driver's license from another country, but it's not valid in the USA. It's hateful to point out that had the illegal immigrant not been in the country, the accident would have never happened and a young man would be alive today? Okay, if that's hateful, I can live with that.

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