• September 01, 2022

Katelyn Nicole Mooney, 3 Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Dallas, TX

Dallas, TX -- August 23, 2022, Katelyn Nicole Mooney and three others were injured due to an 18-wheeler accident.

It appears the accident happened at around 9:41 a.m. in the area of US Highway 67 and the LBJ Freeway.

Katelyn Nicole Mooney, 3 Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Dallas, TX

Officials believe that 29-year-old Katelyn Nicole Mooney was in a Jeep Commander traveling along US 67/Marvin D Love. Traffic came to a stop, but police said that an 18-wheeler failed to control speed, hitting the Jeep and other vehicles.

Details indicated that Mooney had non-incapacitating injuries, but a passenger in her vehicle was more seriously hurt. Two others had unspecified injuries.

Right now, additional information is unavailable.

Commentary on Katelyn Nicole Mooney 18-wheeler Accident in Dallas

With a crash like this, it's tempting for folks to just assume it's all open-and-shut. An 18-wheeler rear-ending traffic is almost always the result of a truck driver making a mistake. But to believe that makes things simple is just plain wrong.

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