DPS troopers are trying to figure out how a 19-year-old Texas A&M student died.
Investigators say they believe Travis Lamb was coming back to A&M from San Antonio and somehow lost control and crashed into a tree.
Thursday around 8 p.m. D.P.S responded to the one-vehicle accident about a mile east of Cooks Point.
Investigators say the Lamb was driving a 4-door Toyota, and they believe Lamb was traveling east on Highway 21 when somehow his car left the roadway and struck a tree.
Investigators don't believe alcohol was involved.
Lamb was a sophomore computer science student at A&M.
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