• April 15, 2019

1 Muerto en Accidente de Tractocamión por Gum Drive en Dickerson, TX

Dickerson, TX -- 13 de abril, 2019, una persona sufrió heridas fatales tras un incidente en el que un tractocamión chocó contra un carro.

Los reportes afirman que el incidente fatal ocurrió el sábado por la noche, por la intersección de FM 517 y Gum Drive.

Según las declaraciones de las autoridades, un camión chocó contra un carro, pero no está claro que causó la colisión. 60 galones de combustible se derramaron del camión.

El conductor de carro fue declarado muerto en el lugar del choque. El estado del camionero no fue declarado.

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