Graylan Spring, a Stephen F. Austin State Uni. student and Vandegrift High School alum from the class of ’22, was recently injured in an east Texas car accident. The full details are still being investigated. As news of this tragic incident spreads across his former campus, we can only hope for a full recovery for Graylan and all involved in this heartbreaking situation. Read to know more about Graylan Spring Car Accident…
Graylan Spring Car Accident
Graylan Spring’s involvement in a tragic car accident this past week has left friends, family, and his Stephen F. Austin State University community stunned. The semi-truck accident also resulted in the loss of two other lives, an unfortunate reminder of just how quickly our lives can be taken away. As a Vandegrift High School alumnus from the class of 2022 and two-year letterwinner, Spring was met with an outpouring of support from the communities he had become part of. Spring is currently receiving medical treatment at a hospital for his injuries sustained in the crash, and while we at Stephen F. Austin State University will always feel the effects of this tragedy, thoughts of prayer and encouragement have followed along with him as he continues with his recovery process.
Graylan Spring Car Accident: How it Happened
Shock and sadness have spread throughout Corrigan following the tragic car/18 wheeler accident that occurred yesterday. A Nissan Versa driven by Micah Alan Mcafoose, 18, of Cypress collided with an 18 wheeler driven by Antonio Sandoval, Jr., 68, of Diboll, who had failed to yield while entering US-59’s southbound lanes. The force of the crash was such that it instantly killed Mcafoose and left his passenger Graylan Paul Spring, 19, of Austin severely injured and airlifted to a nearby hospital. Details remain scarce surrounding this sad incident as investigations are ongoing but one thing is for sure; the lives of two young people were cut short.
The Corrigan Police Department has issued a press release regarding the unfortunate accident that occurred on Highway 59 in Corrigan, Texas. A 2007 Nissan Versa collided with an eighteen-wheeler truck when the driver of the truck made a left turn onto the highway. The impact of the collision resulted in Micah Mcafoose sustaining injuries leading to his demise and passenger Graylan Spring was transported to HCA Conroe via life flight where he is still in critical condition. Fortunately, when help arrived at the scene, both Corrigan Police Department and Corrigan Volunteer Fire Department aided by Texas Department of Public Safety were able to respond quickly and efficiently to provide aid.
On Saturday morning, the ACF Prayer Barn will be inviting all members of the ACF community and beyond to participate in a prayer for Graylan Spring. At 11:30, Coach Sander will take the lead in this crucial gathering. Parents, students, families, and players are all requested to come together to join in with their heartfelt prayers that hope to lift up a greater sense of peace into our deeply hurting community. Let’s show our support by uniting spiritually to send our collective prayers out into the world with faith and intention.
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