A recent article by San Angelo Live covered a story about a deadly accident that happened on Interstate 20. The deadly crash occurred near Eastland around 7 a.m. when an 18-wheeler hauling cars overturned on the highway.
In a recent article by San Angelo Live, the driver of a 2002 Toyota Corolla crashed into the guardrail on the westbound entrance ramp from N. Chadbourne St. onto westbound Houston Harte.
According to San Angelo Live, two Ford trucks collided at the intersection of Sunset Dr. and Huntington Ln. which had the intersection blocked for a while. Police officers were advising drivers to seek an alternate route in order to avoid this intersection until the accident was cleared.
Although officials have not released much information about the major accident that occurred at 2 a.m. Sunday morning on Twohig Street, it was reported to have been quite dangerous, according to San Angelo Live.
A recent article by Big Country News stated that a woman who was involved in a car crash that injured seven people on Thanksgiving Day may have been intoxicated and could be facing charges of Intoxication Assault and/or Injury to a Child.
According to an article by Big Country Home Page, a suspect who supposedly stole a Camaro from a car dealership in Abilene and led police on a high-speed chase was arrested on Monday, November 13th. The man has been formally charged with Possession of Methamphetamine, Unauthorized use of a Motor Vehicle, Aggravate Assault of a Public Servant and Evading Arrest with a Vehicle.
According to the Texas Department of Transportation, work is scheduled to begin on a six-mile stretch of the Winters Freeway. The area that is going to be under construction will be the length between Farm to Market Road 2404 to South 7th Street.
An article by KTXS states that a woman was involved in a wreck on Beltway North after she lost control of her vehicle and went down into a culvert. Her vehicle eventually ended up flipped upside down. Emergency responders came to the scene and it took them around 10 minutes to free her from the wreckage.
According to an article by Abilene Reporter-News, a woman from the town of Stamford was killed in a single-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon. The crash happened in Jones County and involved Frances Cook Buerger, age 82.
According to an article by The Abilene Reporter News, an automotive accident occurred Saturday, September 2nd around 9:25 at night. The accident involved two drivers from Abilene, 32-year-old Sarah Katherine Garcia, and Marcus Torres.