Two Missionaries Died after Fatal Crash on Indian Service Route 125
RAMAH, NM (August 3, 2021) – Two missionaries Michael Davis and Tyson Haycock, both 20 years old were killed in a traffic accident Thursday afternoon on SR 125.
The tragic accident occurred around 4:23 p.m. July 22 on Indian Service Route 125.
According to reports, the missionaries were driving a Toyota Tacoma, when for still unknown reasons, collided head-on with a Ram pickup truck.
Responding officers arrived at the scene, and declared Davis and Tyson dead at the scene.
Medics took a third missionary in the same car, Britton Berrett, 19, of Idaho, with serious injuries to a hospital for treatment.
Meanwhile, other medics transported the Ram pickup truck driver to a local hospital for treatment.
The cause of the accident still remains unknown at this time, however, the Ramah Police are still currently investigating the deadly crash.
Our firm sends out our heartfelt sympathies to the friends and family of Michael Davis and Tyson Haycock.
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