• June 24, 2022

Man Injured in Dual Truck Accident on FM 3489 in Dallam County, TX

Dallam County, TX -- May 18, 2022, one person was injured due to an accident where two commercial trucks crashed on FM 3489.

Preliminary reports from authorities said that the crash took place at around 6:34 p.m. along FM 3489 at the intersection of FM 1727.

Officials said that a Jacksonville, Florida truck driver and a passenger were in a Freightliner traveling northbound along FM 3489. At FM 1727, police say that truck failed to stop for a stop sign, crashing with an eastbound tractor-trailer.

The passenger in the first truck reportedly had non-incapacitating injuries due to the crash. No other injuries were reported. At this time, factors surrounding the crash remain unconfirmed.

Commentary on Truck Accident on FM 3489 in Dallam County

As straight-forward as these reports may seem, it's important to consider even unlikely possible factors that may have led to the crash.

Dallam County, TX Dual Truck Accident Injures 1 on FM 3489

I'm reminded of this one case I heard about out of West Texas involving similar reports. In that situation, authorities said that a pickup ran a stop sign, and a truck t-boned it, killing the pickup driver. Weeks later, however, a friend of the firm working accident reconstruction clued us in on an unusual revelations. Apparently, a construction crew working on the intersection removed the stop signs, then forgot to replace them when they left. In other words, there were no stop signs to run.

I'm not saying anything so unusual happened here, but that's no reason not to be thorough. Mechanical issues, missing signage, road hazards, medical conditions--even if something is unlikely, getting answers is crucial for getting people the help they need.


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