James Mutchler Obituary, Death – On December 21, two individuals were killed after the cars they were traveling in collided with one another head-on in Jackson County. Both men were traveling in separate vehicles. Both of the guys who passed away were locals of the places in which they were born; one was from Point Comfort, and the other was from Houston. Sadly, both of them perished away.
James Allen Mutchler, 67 years old, was a resident of Point Comfort and passed away as a result of an accident that took place on State Highway 172. The collision was the immediate contributory factor in Mutchler’s passing away. According to Sgt. Ruben San Miguel of the Texas Department of Public Safety, Mutchler was killed while he was driving on the interstate when the Ford F-150 he was driving was hit head-on, caught fire, and was finally completely consumed in flames. This tragic event occurred while Mutchler was behind the wheel. This took place while Mutchler was behind the wheel.
Ler Htoo, who was only 19 years old at the time, was driving his Nissan Altima when it crossed the median and collided with the vehicle that Mutchler was driving. Both vehicles were severely damaged. It was determined by Cyndi Poulton, the Justice of the Peace for Jackson County, that both Metchler and Htoo were found to be deceased at the scene of the collision. Both of their bodies were located in the same vehicle. It was said by her that this conclusion was arrived at.
Aye Nay Htoo, 20, who was traveling with Htoo and was taken to Hermann Memorial in Houston, where he is currently reported as being in serious condition but stable, according to San Miguel, who was with Htoo at the time of the incident. According to the most recent information available, Aye Nay Htoo’s condition is listed as stable.