DENISON, TX (05/18/2015) — Four victims—Brian Caloway, 38, Miranda Caloway, 34, Diane Caloway, 69, and James Bell, 46—were all killed in a head-on collision on Highway 91 near Denison Dam on Monday afternoon.
According to reports, a Grayson County Sheriff Deputy, 38-year-old Brian Caloway; along with his wife, 34-year-old Miranda Caloway; and his mother, 69-year-old Diane Caloway, all died in a head-on collision on Monday afternoon at around 12:30 p.m. on Highway 91 near the Denison Dam. A fourth victim, 46-year-old James Bell, of Frisco, also died in the accident.
Authorities say that Bell was traveling southbound on Highway 91 in a Ford pickup truck when he lost control, crossed the center line, and struck Caloway’s white Honda Civic head-on.
According to a nearby witness Tony Swindell, the Ford caught fire after the wreck. “I saw the truck starting to catch fire, and when I walked up to it with my camera, it just exploded,” Swindell said.
All four victims were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. The Caloway family, of Whitewright, is survived by a 14-year-old daughter who was not involved in the accident.
At this time, the cause of the accident has not been determined; Texas Department of Public Service officers are still investigating the incident.