El Paso, TX — January 10, 2018, one person was injured following an accident in which an 18-wheeler overturned off the highway.
According to preliminary information released by El Paso authorities, the incident happened at around 9:00 p.m. near US Highway 54 and Transmountain Drive.
Police have released few details surrounding the accident. Their preliminary reports state that an 18-wheeler traveling along northbound US 54 somehow crashed and overturned. It’s unclear if any additional vehicles were involved in the crash.
Officials say that one person was transported from the scene to a local hospital. Their injuries weren’t specified. It’s unclear if anyone else was hurt in the crash.
Police continue their investigations.
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