Bizarre chain of events in Fannin Co.

By: Daniel Gotera Email
By: Daniel Gotera Email

FANNIN COUNTY, Tex. -- A bizarre chain of events in Fannin County ended with one man in the hospital. Authorities say a one-car crash turned into much more before crews actually arrived on the scene.

One man is in a Dallas hospital after crashing his car just east of Ivanhoe against a tree. It just so happens that that same man was in a stabbing earlier this week.

Officials say Stephen Green was in an altercation with another man early Wednesday morning when he accidentally stabbed himself after taking a swing at the other man.

Authorities say Green was rushed to the hospital for his injuries but was released this morning. Upon his release, officials say he got into this car and sped off going north on Highway 273.

He turned right on County Road 2225 and crashed his car a couple of miles down the road. Dispatchers were alerted of the crash this morning but were also told that Green had been shot and needed immediate medical attention.

That report turned out to be false, and Green was only injured in the accident. He was flown to Parkland Hospital in Dallas.

Officials say they were glad to finally get the correct information.

"Anytime you have multiple agencies involved, and you have a lot of concerned citizens, things get somewhat skewed, and reports com in from different people in different forms,” said Fannin County Sheriff Kenneth Moore.

Green’s condition is unknown at this time.


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  • by NOT IMPRESSED Location: SHERMAN on Sep 10, 2007 at 01:02 PM
    ITS SAD THAT SO MANY PEOPLE ARE IMPRESSED BY LOW CLASS PRISON TATOOS. HE SEEMS TO BE REALLY PROUD. I AM FROM THE OLD SCHOOL WHERE I'M IMPRESSED BY THINGS LIKE A JOB AND A CLEAN RECORD.
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    The best thing this guy could ever wish to accomplish is someday making some good fertilizer to make the cemetery's grass greener.
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