The Department of Public Safety released identities and additional details in two fatal accidents that occurred Monday night in Brown County.
    Robert Allen Holland, 69, of Brookesmith, died after a 7:03 p.m. one-vehicle rollover on County Road 213, five miles southeast of Brookesmith, the DPS said.
    Holland was driving a 2008 Dodge Dakota south on a road comprised of sand, mud and dirt. The vehicle was traveling at an unsafe speed for road conditions, the DPS said. The vehicle started to leave the road to the left, and the driver overcorrected to the right.
    The vehicle went into a side skid across the road and rolled on its left side, ejecting the unbelted driver. Holland was pronounced dead at Brownwood Regional Medical Center.
    At 8:11 p.m., two pickups collided head-on at the railroad overpass on U.S. Highway 84/183, 3.6 miles southeast of Early.
    Willie R. Jones, 82, of Goldthwaite, and his wife, Patricia Anne Jones, 80, were killed in the accident, the DPS said.
    Jones was driving a 2001 Ford F-250 pickup northwest when an unknown vehicle passed the pickup on the right shoulder. The pickup veered left into oncoming traffic and collided with a 2015 Ford F-350 pickup driven by champion bull rider J.W. Harris of Mullin.
    Harris, his wife and their two children sustained non-incapacitating injuries, the DPS said.
    The only description of the third vehicle indicated a possibly white or silver pickup, possibly a Chevrolet or GMC.
    The accident remains under investigation.