Fort Hood Soldier Dead After Two-Vehicle Crash
A Fort Hood soldier died in a car crash, according to a February 6 article by KWTX.
The incident happened in State Highway 195, Saturday night. 19-year-old Eric Christopher Hogan was riding a 2001 Ford Mustang when it crashed into an oncoming 2004 Hyundai Elantra. Unfortunately, Hogan died along with both of the passengers. According to an obituary provided by the Phaneuf Funeral Home in Hogan’s home state of New Hampshire, he was an enlisted soldier stationed at Ford Hood.
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