• October 28, 2022

Steven Lee Mcarter Injured in Truck Accident in Terrell, TX

Terrell, TX -- October 7, 2022, Steven Lee Mcarter was injured following an accident where his vehicle crashed into a semi-truck.

Initial details suggested that the crash happened at around noon along Airport Road approaching Wilson Road.

Officials say that 43-year-old Steven Lee Mcarter was in a Hyundai Sonata traveling on Airport. It appears Mcarter may have lost control hitting a storm drain. This caused the car to veer off-road onto a private drive where it hit the back of a parkway semi-trailer.

Mcarter was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Steven Lee Mcarter Truck Accident in Terrell

Steven Lee Mcarter Injured in Truck Accident in Terrell, TX

The details seem to suggest this is just an unfortunate compounding of events. Maybe that's true, I certainly have no reason to doubt those details. In fact, it makes me wonder if this supposed storm drain has been an issue before. Is this a hazard that local officials know about? Has it caused other wrecks? Have any efforts been made to maintain this roadway properly? Folks are usually quick to blame drivers in these situations, but this could very well be an example of one of those wrecks the driver simply couldn't avoid. Further investigations could show that.


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