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SECOND CRASH IN TWO DAYS-TRUCK ENDS UP IN BEDROOM

Just before 5 p.m. Jeffery Thomas Daran, 51 of Spring was traveling a bit to fast for the new section of Rayford Road that open last weekend between Riley Fuzzel and Foxwood. THe speed limit on the new road is 35 with a precautionary speed limit of 25 in the curve. With so much traffic traveling through the Foxwood Subdivision on Rayford Road to get to Riley Fuzzel Commissioner Ed Chance made some major changes. The guardrails in the curve were removed from the old two lane road. Trees were removed to widen the road. Shallow ditches border it before you see wooden fences. Those fences protect children who aren’t safe on the streets. Most of the yards have children playground equipment.

That was the case tonight when Russell Rousseau’s children were playing in the yard. His father brought them into the house.Moments later Darren crashed through the fence in his 2008 Chevrolet truck. He continued through that yard and into the yard of Jenna Butler. He still was moving at a high rate of speed at this point when he crashed into Ms. Butlers master bedroom. Slinging the air conditioner and night stand into her neighbor Carlette Charles yard.

Pieces of wood were slung to the roof, the electrical panel was ripped off the house. Jenna was just coming into the subdivision on Rayford Road when she saw wreckers lined up. Thinking of Wednesday evening when Carlette Charles and her family were sitting in their home eatting dinner. The boys had just come in when she heard a strange noise out back. Looking in the yard she found a vehicle that had crashed through the fence nearly striking her dog pen.

Jenna pulled up in her driveway and realized something was wrong when she tried to use her door opener on the garage and it didn’t respond. She ran to the backyard to be met by DPS, South Montgomery County Firefighters and wreckers. She called her husband and relayed the news.

She to was upset by the way the road project ended with ne divider between the homes and the roadway.

Carlette Charles spent Thursday on the phone with Commissioner Ed Chances Office in an attempt to have something done. They told her the road project as complete. But she pushed the issue and they agreed to come out and look at the damage.

The only injury was the driver of the truck. He was transported to Herman Hospital in the Woodlands.

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