A dump truck and pickup collision that occurred at the intersection of U.S. Route 281 and Farm to Market Road 1937 in San Antonio, Texas resulted in the death of two people. Three others sustained injuries in the accident, which happened on Friday, September 30 around 4:30 p.m.
According to San Antonio Police Department Sergeant Trey Roussel, the two vehicles hit each other head-on, killing the driver of the pickup and his 12-year-old passenger. Meanwhile, three other people who were also passengers in the pickup truck sustained critical injuries. One of them, a two-year-old child, suffered from a compound leg fracture.
Police investigators said the dump truck driver allegedly tried to slow down and swerved as far to the right as possible to avoid traffic, but the driver collided with the pickup with enough force to send the truck into a ditch. The Bexar County driver was carrying a heavy load at the time of the accident. He was taken to the hospital to receive treatment for his minor leg injury.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has reported that a collision between a van and an oil tanker truck has resulted in the death of five men, according to ems1.com.
The crash occurred on Thursday, January 15 at around 7 a.m. on U.S. Route 83 near Asherton, which is located about 115 miles south of San Antonio, Texas. Isaac Garcia, a witness who was working near the scene of the accident, said “there were flames all over the place,” noting that it was the second accident to occur in that area that he had witnessed. Road conditions and oil slicks may have contributed to the accident. One other driver was severely injured.
The attorneys at Williams Hart would like to extend their sincerest condolences to those suffering from their recent and unexpected loss.
A truck carrying 3,000 gallons of propane caught fire near Fort Worth on Friday, January 2 causing the closure of the freeway, according to Arcamax.
The car and truck collided on the highway at around 6:15 a.m. in the westbound lanes of 1-20 between Green Oaks Boulevard and East Loop 820. A third car was involved after the initial accident. The highway was shut down for several hours while firefighters allowed the propane to burn off before proceeding to clear the area. The Arlington Fire Department informed the residents near the north and south of the Interstate 20 area of the situation and asked them to be vigilant. There were no reported injuries.
Though there was no injuries in the latest accident, many truck accidents do result in hospitalization and significant property damage due to their immense size and the sometimes hazardous material that they’re carrying. Should you ever find yourself injured in a truck accident in Texas, our attorneys can help you pursue financial compensation from the parties responsible for your plight. For more information on how you can get legal help, fill out the contact information sheet on this page so our representative can immediately get in touch with you.
On Saturday, March 15 Joe Lewis Gutierrez, 37, passed away after being involved in a three-vehicle accident.
The accident occurred along Texas State Highway 242 near Farm to Market Road 1314. The accident involved a pickup truck hauling a livestock trailer, a dump truck, and a Chevrolet Camaro.
Gutierrez was a passenger in the Camaro according to Texas Department of Public Safety reports.
The Camaro was headed west on Texas 242 when it allegedly plowed into oncoming traffic and crashed into a livestock trailer. The vehicle behind the livestock trailer, a 1996 Kenworth T-80 dump truck, hit the Camaro afterwards.
Montgomery County Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace, James Metts declared Gutierrez dead at the scene of the accident.
A truck driver from South Texas was killed Tuesday, May 28 when a tractor-trailer accidentally struck him as he was checking his truck’s load by the side of the road.
According to Department of Public Safety troopers, 52-year-old Pearland resident Phillip Lynn Henson was struck by Bryan resident Jose Moctezuma-Juarez’s northbound 2014 International truck tractor and semi-trailer. At the time of the truck accident, Henson was checking his 2012 International’s load on State Highway 6 about one-half mile north of Falls County Road 206, south of Reagan at around 4 p.m.
Henson was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident by Falls County Justice of the Peace Karen Meyers.
Moctezuma-Juarez was not injured in the collision.