Argyle in Anguish: Family of Four Killed in Deadly Head-on NM Crash

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ARGYLE — In the Denton County town of Argyle, there is collective heartbreak. Friends and church members gathered Sunday evening, at Argyle United Methodist Church, to remember and reflect on four lives lost in a deadly head-on collision in New Mexico.

New Mexico State Police say the Miller family was traveling on US 550,  some 20-miles south of Bloomfield, when a suspected drowsy driver – 24-year-old Brian Lee – crossed the center line and slammed straight into their van.

All four members of the Miller family died upon impact: 47-year-old Mike Miller, his wife 48-year-old LeAnn; and their children: 12-year old Zoey and seven-year old Miles. Police say Mike Miller was the only one wearing a seatbelt.

The loss is overwhelming for the Argyle community. The Millers’ children were actively involved in school activities, and Mike started the company MM Search Group. His wife also worked for the company.

Now, a mourning community is left to find comfort and solace through prayers and memories.