• December 05, 2022

Jorge Marin Killed in Truck Accident in Pecos County, TX

Pecos County, TX -- December 1, 2022, Jorge Marin was killed following an accident where two semi-trucks collided.

Jorge Marin Killed in Truck Accident in Pecos County, TX

In their reports, officials said that the accident happened at around 1:30 p.m. along FM 1053. It appears that 45-year-old Jorge Marin was in a semi-truck traveling southbound. For reasons unclear, Marin's truck crashed with a northbound semi, then caught fire. Marin sustained fatal injuries due to the crash. The other driver had reportedly minor injuries. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Jorge Marin Truck Accident in Pecos County

There are obviously important details to look into after a serious head-on truck wreck like this, but there is one in particular that may not be getting enough attention. Something I make an effort to discuss more often on this blog is the issue with commercial trucks catching fire. Put simply, there are manufacturers out there putting truckers in danger due to the negligent placement of fuel tanks, and crashes which could be survivable turn fatal due to this oversight. Is that something that happened here? If so, there's no doubt a family out there that deserves to know.


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