New Jersey Man Nathan Matos Dies after College Station Car Crash at Wellborn Road and  Holleman Drive

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Texas A&M History Major Nathan Matos Dies after College Station Car Crash at Wellborn Road and  Holleman Drive

College Station, Texas (April 22, 2019) – A man from New Jersey succumbed to the injuries he sustained in a major two-vehicle collision that happened at an intersection in College Station on Saturday afternoon, according to a local news source.

The crash took place at the Wellborn Road and Holleman Drive intersection shortly before 1 p.m. April 20.

According to police, a vehicle was traveling southbound on Wellborn Road when it crashed into a second vehicle that was stopped to make a turn to Wellborn Road from Holleman Drive.

The driver of the second vehicle, identified as Texas A&M history major Nathan Matos, 22, from New Jersey, was taken to a hospital, where he later succumbed to his injuries. A passenger in that vehicle, a 22-year-old Texas A&M student from Dallas, was also hospitalized at the hospital.

The driver of the southbound vehicle, a 22-year-old Texas A&M student from College Station, was treated and released from a local hospital.

The College Station Police Department is conducting an investigation into the incident.

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