Big rigs are typical fixtures of the modern, busy roadways of Texas. Most tractor-trailer operators presumably conduct themselves behind the wheels of their trucks according to the highest levels of safety standards and roadway/traffic regulations. That does not negate the fact, however, that there have been more than 5,000 recent accidents involving trucks in one Texas county alone.
A horrific tragedy occurred on a Texas road that involved a sports utility vehicle and a big rig truck. The truck accident took place at approximately 6:35 a.m. on a recent morning. Sadly, four lives were lost due to the seriousness of the collision. The driver of the truck escaped injury.
A garbage truck and a sport utility vehicle were reportedly involved in a collision on a recent morning in Texas. The truck accident occurred shortly before 9 a.m. on a recent Monday in Austin. Sadly, one life was lost, and several other individuals were reported with serious injuries in the aftermath of the crash.
Though it is safe to assume that most motorists do their best to operate their vehicles in a safe and appropriate manner, collisions continue to occur on the nation's busy roadways. In Texas, a recent truck accident resulted in the tragic loss of four lives. A police investigation remains ongoing at this time.
Texas maintenance crews who work alongside moving traffic face a certain amount of personal risk and danger on the job. However, each worker has the right to reasonably assume that motorists will operate their vehicles according to traffic laws and with focus on caution and safety at all times. Unfortunately, roadside workers are sometimes injured or, as in a recent tragic case, killed when a motorist is negligent or reckless. The recent truck accident occurred at the edge of Highway 146.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has conducted a preliminary investigation into an accident that occurred on a recent Sunday. The fatal collision involved a tractor-trailer and an automobile. Sadly, the truck accident resulted in the deaths of three people.
A recent article discussed an apparent disconnect between highway speed limits and vehicle safety standards. Many roads, including some in Texas, have newer speed limits that are said to be higher than the tires on some vehicles, especially tractor-trailer trucks, are designed to withstand. Safety advocates have stated that when a vehicle travels at a speed higher than its tires are designed to handle, it can become a recipe for catastrophe.
Texas Department of Public Safety officials reported that lanes headed in both directions were closed to traffic after a tragic accident occurred on Interstate 35. One person died in the accident and three others suffered injuries. The tractor trailer accident happened at approximately 11:30 a.m. on a recent Thursday.
A response crew worked for nine hours removing glue and wreckage from a recent Texas accident scene. Involved in the collision was a pickup truck and a tractor-trailer. The highway was shut down in all directions while crews worked in the aftermath of the crash.
One never knows what one will see while navigating the nation's highways during a usual daily commute to work. Recently, one man on his way to work in Texas witnessed a fatal truck accident which, he stated, made him want to return home to hug his children and his wife rather than show up for work that day. Highway 79 was closed due to the recent fiery collision.