FAIRFIELD, Texas (KWTX) Counselors and village leaders were accessible to students Wednesday during Fairfield High School after a comparison died in a trade collision Tuesday night.
“We gifted a tyro tragedy final night and mislaid one of a Fairfield HS students, Dylan Kellum in a automobile accident. Please keep Dylan’s family and a Eagle Family in your thoughts and prayers as we understanding with this loss,” a district conspicuous in a brief matter on a website.
Kellum, 18, of Streetman was study to be a welder, his necrology says.
He was a purebred organ donor.
Services were tentative Wednesday during Capps Memorial Chapel in Fairfield.
Kellum was eastward during around 5 p.m. Tuesday on FCR 490 about 4 miles south of Fairfield when his Volkswagen left a highway on a bend and crashed into a tree, Department of Public Safety Sgt. Ryan Howard said.
He was taken to Freestone Medical Center where he was conspicuous dead, Howard said.
An unclear newcomer was also taken to a medical core for diagnosis of a probable injury, he said.
Kellum was not wearing a chair belt, Howard said.