Tragedy Strikes CEO and His Family During Thanksgiving Travel – Only One Survivor Made It Out of Their Car

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Details of a horrific three-car collision that killed a Texas CEO and his two children are emerging as his community mourns the Thanksgiving tragedy.

Zach Muckleroy, 44, and his children, Judson, 12, and Lindsay, 9, died Wednesday while traveling to visit family for Thanksgiving when their SUV was hit by two cars, The Dallas Morning News reported.

Muckleroy — a lifelong Texas Christian University supporter who joined the football team as a walk-on in 1998 — was the CEO of his family business, Muckleroy & Falls Construction, in Fort Worth.

His wife, Lauren, survived the crash but was in critical condition at an Austin hospital.

The accident occurred when a man driving a Toyota crossed the center traffic line and collided head-on with the Muckleroys’ Chevrolet SUV, driven by Lauren Muckleroy, according to a preliminary investigation by the Texas Department of Public Safety.

“A woman driving a Nissan Versa, also southbound, then hit the Muckleroy family, rolling the Nissan,” the Morning News reported.

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