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.
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.
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.
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.
According to San Angelo Live, a car crash claimed the lives of two sisters on March 2 according to Abilene Chief of Police Stan Standridge near mile marker 20 in Abilene. The first wreck occurred with a utility vehicle who lost its rear axle which resulted in the second crash which is the one that killed the two girls.
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.
San Angelo Live reported on December 29, 2017, that three Texans lost their lives on a rain-soaked highway south of Eden. According to the Texas DPS, a 2008 Ram Pickup was traveling north on the US. Highway 83 near the Concho and Menard County line.
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.
It is that time of the year again, and you may be wondering where the time has gone. It's time to hang out with relatives that we may or may not want to hang out with. It may also be time to have a few days off work here and there for the next couple of months.
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.