According to San Angelo Live on August 23, 2018, San Angelo police responded to an auto accident that involved two vehicles at the intersection of Howard Street and Junius Street. Allegedly a white Ford Expedition that was heading south on Howard and a red Chrysler minivan westbound on Junius were involved in the accident.
According to an article on the Big Country Homepage, the Nation Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) released a report stating that lower average gas prices have led to more people being on the road.
KTSX reported on July 30, 2018, that a teenager from Haskell Texas died on Monday morning in an auto accident that involved wild pigs. According to the story the young man was 19 years old and was headed north on Farm to market 600 when Adam about 12:10 AM his pickup hit multiple pigs southwest of Haskell.
Six-month-old boxer was reunited with his families after the dog escaped during a wreck along I-20 in Sweetwater, Texas on Friday, July 13. Apollo, the dog, was traveling to Dallas with his family when they were involved in an auto accident near exit 259 in Sweetwater.
Sunday evening was eventful for two drivers in San Angelo, Texas. According to San Angelo Live, a Volvo station wagon failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Avenue L and Johnson resulting in them crashing into a Buick SUV.
It seems that these days the news may look like it's full of terrible stories that are happening around us and across the globe. This article goes to show that there are good things that can come from what could otherwise be thought of as a dangerous situation.
According to Big Country Homepage, the Abilene Police Department issued a search warrant for the cell phone and account data used by the driver of the vehicle that was involved in a crash that killed two young girls.
A three-car accident sent one person to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon, according to San Angelo Live. The crash occurred around 4:30 PM and by all accounts was an entirely avoidable accident.
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, a rollover accident Tuesday morning claimed the life of 56-year-old Tamara Monique Dillard. She was pronounced dead at the scene near the intersection of Iberis Road around 8:15 in the morning.