• August 24, 2022

Trucker Injured in 18-wheeler Rollover Accident on US 62 in Terry County, TX

Terry County, TX -- June 24, 2022, one person sustained injuries due to an accident where an 18-wheeler overturned along US Highway 62.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 4:45 a.m. along US 62 near the intersection of County Road 660.

According to officials, a 50-year-old man was in an 18-wheeler traveling northeast along US 62. For reasons unclear, the vehicle drifted onto the median, went into a skid, then overturned off the right side of the road.

The driver of the truck sustained incapacitating injuries as a result of the crash. It appears no one else was involved in the crash. Investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on 18-wheeler Rollover Accident on US 62 in Terry County

Terry County, TX 18-wheeler Rollover Accident Injures 1 on US 62

It's obviously important to find out what caused a crash like this, but there could even be other factors authorities are overlooking. For instance, I rarely see them examine the condition of the truck's cabin. This can be crucial given that a lot of trucks can be safer, but their manufacturers neglect to build their trucks with the necessary safety features. As a result, crashes which could otherwise be relatively minor become serious or even fatal. Is that something authorities at least looked into here?


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