Buda Animal Management officer Jonathon Coco, 25, and his brother Hunter Coco, 21, died on June 20 in a automobile accident after they returned after serving to with a wildfire.
Each brothers had been members of the Maxwell Neighborhood Volunteer Hearth Division, the place Jonathon has served since 2016 and Hunter for simply over a 12 months. Jonathan was additionally the assistant chief.
Preliminary studies present the brothers had been on their means again from a forest hearth on Texas Freeway 20 exterior Lockhart when their brush truck hit a girl driving south on San Jacinto St. round 1:45 p.m. as she was turning onto State Park Street.
The comb truck overturned and killed Jonathon and Hunter whereas the girl sustained minor accidents.
Lockhart Police, with the assistance of the Texas Division of Public Security, are totally investigating what led to the crash, and issued a subpoena – equal to a quote – for not giving technique to the girl.
The Buda Police Division stated Jonathon has been an integral a part of the division for the previous 4 years, serving along with his position as Animal Management Officer as a Help Officer for Data Expertise and Car Operations.
“Jonathon was a pal to many and will probably be remembered not just for the roles he crammed, however for the intense spirit and jovial demeanor he delivered to the job daily,” the Buda Police Division stated.
Donations in assist of Jonathon and Hunter might be made to the Maxwell Neighborhood Volunteer Hearth Division, PO Field 216, Maxwell, Texas 78656. Extra occasions and knowledge will come as quickly as potential.