• November 17, 2022

El Paso Man Injured in Dual Truck Accident on US 84 in McLennan County, TX

McLennan County, TX -- October 20, 2022, an El Paso man was injured following an accident where two 18-wheelers collided on US 84.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 12:47 p.m. along US 84 at the intersection of FM 939.

El Paso Man Injured in Dual Truck Accident on US 84 in McLennan County, TX

Officials said that a 47-year-old El Paso man was in an 18-wheeler traveling southbound on FM 939. At US 84, police say that a westbound semi-trailer crashed into the southbound truck.

Due to the crash, the El Paso man had injuries said to be incapacitating. It's unclear if the other driver was hurt. Right now, no additional details are available.

Commentary on El Paso Man Dual Truck Accident on US 84 in McLennan County

With a situation like this, it's always important to make sure authorities were actually thorough, considering even unusual, unlikely possible circumstances. There's no telling what they may have overlooked unless there are more thorough independent investigations.

A while back, for example, I was looking into a crash out in West Texas where authorities say a man ran a stop sign, leading to a deadly wreck. However, further investigations showed that TxDOT actually removed those stop signs while working there earlier in the day, but they failed to replace them when they left. So how exactly did a driver urn a stop sign that wasn't there?

Maybe nothing so unusual happened here, but it's important to avoid jumping to conclusions and to instead focus on getting the answers that the victims and families involved will need to get help for their troubles.

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