• July 14, 2022

Three Injured in Multi-Vehicle Wreck on I-20 near Pecos, TX

Pecos, TX — July 13, 2022, three people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash involving one or more commercial trucks on I-20 near Pecos.

According to reports the incident happened around 6:00 p.m. on I-20 near mile marker 29. There aren't many details about the wreck yet, but several vehicles were reportedly involved and images taken at the scene show at least one tractor-trailer with a damaged front end.

Three people were injured in the wreck but it's unclear what vehicles they were in or how badly they were hurt.

The investigation is ongoing. No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Multi-Vehicle Accident on I-20 near Pecos

It's not all that unusual for there to be so few details about a serious commercial truck wreck this soon after it happens. However, reports this sparse can sometimes be a sign that authorities aren't really giving the crash the attention it deserves. That could mean crucial details slip through the cracks, and for people in need of help that's clearly unacceptable.

Ensuring independent investigators look into things could be vital for making sure there are answers about what happened here and what can be done for those affected. In the meantime, were there witnesses or nearby traffic cameras that could shed more light on what happened here?

Three Injured in Multi-Vehicle Wreck on I-20 near Pecos, TX
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