• October 26, 2022

Arlington Man Injured in Truck Accident on US 277 in Taylor County, TX

Taylor County, TX -- July 12, 2022, an Arlington man was injured due to an accident where two semi trucks collided on US 277.

Authorities said that the crash happened along US Highway 277 at the intersection of FM 707 just after 8:30 a.m.

Details said that a 65-year-old Arlington man was in a Freightliner traveling eastbound on the highway. From the northbound FM 707 stop sign, police say another truck failed to yield, causing a collision with the Freightliner.

Due to the crash, the Arlington man sustained injuries said to be incapacitating. No other injuries were reported. Police accuse the other driver of having an invalid license. No further information information is available at this time.

Commentary on Arlington Man Truck Accident on US 277 in Taylor County

Arlington Man Injured in Truck Accident on US 277 in Taylor County, TX

If anyone can understand some of the reckless, negligent, poor excuses truck drivers out there, it's other truck drivers who are responsible and do their jobs right. Whether it's individuals or companies encouraging reckless behaviors, many of my clients over the years have been hard working truckers hurt by others that give the profession a bad name.

A key thing to consider here is police accusing the driver thought to be at fault for having an invalid license. Why is that person behind the wheel? Are they independent, or is there yet another company out there putting lives at risk by allowing unqualified drivers to operate their vehicles? Not only does the driver hurt here deserve any possible help they can get, other drivers deserve to know there aren't others out there putting their lives at risk when they can be held accountable for their actions.


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