• December 03, 2019

Injuries Reported in Car Accident at Loop 323 and Broadway in Tyler, TX

Tyler, TX City Police Officers and representatives from the Smith County Sheriff's Department have not yet confirmed the names of, or given number to those that were injured in a multi-vehicle car accident that happened in Tyler, Texas on Monday, December 2nd 2019.

Officers responsible for determining what caused the accident have only said that at least one person was injured after several vehicles collided in a chain-reaction accident that began under unknown circumstances at or near the intersection of Loop 323 and Broadway, and that EMS personnel treated at least one individual for injuries of an unknown nature or severity after the accident. Police are still looking into what caused the accident, and hope to release their findings when they become available.

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