On May 4th, a man driving down the wrong side of the road crashed into a truck head-on which resulted in the death of the truck driver. Edinburg Police stated that the man was driving down the wrong lanes on North Expressway 281 around 4:30 in the morning.
On May 5th, an Odessa man was killed in a fatal crash. According to the DPS report, the man was traveling on Farm to Market Road 1936 in his Nissan Altima when he attempted to pass a Ford Edge. While passing, he crashed into the Ford and left the road where his vehicle began to roll.
Automobiles are such a part of everyday life, that we forget how complex they are. Hundreds of parts, if not thousands, are working in unison to help you get from point A to point B. While a typical driver may not have extensive knowledge regarding how cars and trucks work, that doesn’t mean you get to ignore routine vehicle maintenance.
Traveling in Texas is a little bit different than in other, smaller states. While there are plenty of other states in the nation that have massive amounts of square mileage, not too many have the population ratio that Texas does.
According to an article on the Big Country Homepage news site, a driver lost her life in a car accident involving two vehicles. The accident occurred east of Aspermont at the intersection of State Highway 283 and Farm to Market Road 1835.
According to KTXS - 12, three people were harmed in a crash that occurred when two vehicles crashed into each other on Butternut St. in South Abilene. Around 4:45 in the afternoon, one vehicle tried to cross Butternut via S13th St., but their view was blocked by a truck and they were struck by another vehicle traveling south on Butternut.
If it’s just one vehicle involved in a crash, it has to be the fault of the driver who was operating the car, right? In some instances, it would be their fault, but there are times where it’s out of the control of the driver that they ended up in a wreck.
While the holiday season is about to come to an end, there is still a little time left. It’s during this wind-down, where a lot of people are coming home from their Christmas vacation. That means that traffic will be heavier than usual along the Interstate highways.
A car accident near Bonham Middle School in Odessa, TX caused the school to enter a brief lockdown on September, 3rd. After the vehicles collided, a suspect involved in the car accident ran away on foot and, according to witnesses, appeared to be headed in the direction of the middle school.
According to an article on the San Angelo Live website, three people went to the hospital due to a car accident. The crash happened at the intersection of A&M and Beauregard Ave. When police arrived at the scene, a white Toyota Camry and a Red Tesla had crashed.