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Highland Village teen dies in overnight crash

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A Highland Village teen was fatally injured in a head-on collision in Argyle early Sunday morning.

Christian Durham, 18, died at 3:46 a.m. in the 1000 Block of East FM 407, just east of I-35W.

Details of the accident are still under investigation, but authorities believe Durham’s sedan crossed over into the path of another sedan going in the opposite direction, according to a press release from the Argyle Police Department.

Durham died at the scene. A female passenger in his car survived and was transported to Medical City Denton.

The male driver of the other vehicle was also transported to Medical City Denton for treatment.

The roadway was closed with the assistance of TxDOT for five hours while crash team investigators from Argyle, Roanoke, Southlake and Bartonville worked the scene.

The 2018 Marcus High School graduate was planning to study nursing at Tyler Junior College in Tyler, Texas.

Check back for updates.

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  1. mawfranks

    Any word on the services for this young man and any news on the condition and identity of the other injuries?

    1. mike

      Mulkey-Mason Funeral Home – Lewisville Obituary
      Christian was born on August 10, 1999 and passed away on Sunday, June 24, 2018. Christian was a resident of Highland Village, Texas at the time of passing. He loved to sing and found a second home here at First United Methodist Church and with his friends in the Praise Band. At Marcus High School – where he graduated just three weeks ago – he discovered such a fulfillment in serving as one of the student athletic trainers that he had decided to pursue a career in nursing. A service to celebrate Christian’s life will be held 4:00 p.m. Saturday, June 30, 2018, at First United Methodist Church in Lewisville. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial donations be made in Christian’s name to the Lewisville Education Foundation or the First United Methodist Church, earmarked for either Youth Mission Scholarships or the Praise Band.


    Heartbreaking for the family and friends of Christian.

    Any updates on the two other people who were injured?

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