Automobile accidents can cause problems that range from irritating to life-changing. 18-Wheeler accidents, on the other hand, have a higher capacity to cause catastrophic injuries or end a person's life. These behemoths of the highways can cause severe damage to life and property due to their large size and mass.
One of the two girls who was involved in an 18-wheeler accident was released from the hospital on January 29th. Sadly, however, Kaylee Jensen will still have months of therapy and rehabilitation ahead of her.
If you have been driving for any amount of time, chances are that you have come across an 18-wheeler wreck after it has happened. These giant vehicles have the capacity to do a lot of damage to smaller passenger vehicles like regular cars, vans, and pickups.
According to an article by Big Country News, a woman was killed in a single vehicle rollover accident on Interstate 20 on August 31, 2018. According to the Department of Public Safety, a 75-year-old woman was traveling west on the highway in a Ford pickup with a passenger.
According to an article by Big Country Homepage, a couple from Albany lost their lives in an accident with an 18-wheeler that was hauling gasoline. The accident happened on SH 36 south of Baird around 6 PM on June 6.
San Angelo live reported on March 15, 2018, that a driver of a white pickup truck ran a red light, and barely missed an 18 wheeler that was traveling across the intersection of SH 137 but struck another pickup.
According to San Angelo Live, around 5 PM Thursday evening, a car crash between an SUV and an 18-wheeler on Interstate 20 claimed the life of one victim. The accident occurred in the big spring area.
According to the Big Country Homepage, an 18-wheeler jackknifed on interstate 20 recently and caused all lanes to be shut down and traffic that was heading west to be diverted. The accident occurred around 9:30 a.m. near mile marker 287.