• March 15, 2019

Robert Ramirez Jr Injured in Tractor-Trailer Accident in Victoria, TX

Victoria, TX Law enforcement from the area have named Robert Ramirez Jr as the man that was taken to the hospital after an accident with an 18-wheeler that happened in Victoria, Texas on Thursday, March 14th, 2019.

Investigators familiar with the accident said that Ramirez was in a car that collided with the back of an 18-wheeler that had slowed for a turn at or near the intersection of Highway 59, and that EMS rushed Ramirez to the hospital after he was cut from the wreckage to be treated for unspecified injuries. Texas DPS are still examining the factors behind the collision at this time, and hope to release more information as it becomes available.

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