• April 02, 2020

Mustang Ridge, TX 18-wheeler Accident Injures 2 on Highway 21

Mustang Ridge, TX -- March 9, 2020, two people were injured as the result of an accident here two 18-wheelers and a car collided along Highway 21.

Officials with the Mustang Ridge Police Department released preliminary details surrounding the crash. They said it happened at around 1:00 p.m. near the intersection of Highway 21 and Williamson road.

Initial details said that Margaret Shehorn-Kinzel was driving a Chevy Colorado along westbound lanes of the highway. Authorities say she attempted to pass an 18-wheeler on the left. This put her into the path of an oncoming 18-wheeler. The Chevy lost control, collided with the oncoming 18-wheeler, then spun back into the path of the first 18-wheeler where another collision occurred.

Reports indicate that the driver of the oncoming 18-wheeler had non-incapacitating injuries following the wreck. A passenger in the Chevy was also possibly injured.

It's unclear if police filed charges or citations after the crash. Investigations are ongoing.


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