• December 20, 2022

Tyler Man Injured in Truck Accident on TX-OSR in Robertson County, TX

Robertson County, TX -- December 2, 2022, a Tyler man was injured following an accident where a car and a semi-trailer collided on TX-OSR.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 7:00 p.m. at the intersection of TX-OSR and the US 190 service road.

Details say a 57-year-old Tyler man was in a Chevy Malibu on the northbound side of the US 190 frontage road. While crossing TX-OSR, an 18-wheeler crashed with the Malibu.

The driver of the Malibu was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. No one else was said to be hurt. Additional details are currently unconfirmed.

Commentary on Tyler Man Truck Accident on TX-OSR in Robertson County

There are certainly some concerning details about what may have happened here, but I always try to emphasize how important it is to wait for all the facts. There's just no telling what unusual circumstances can occur.

Tyler Man Injured in Truck Accident on TX-OSR in Robertson County, TX

Not long ago, for example, I was looking into a crash out in West Texas where police said a man ran a stop sign, and a truck hit and killed him. Weeks later, however, is came to light that TxDOT had removed those stop signs prior to the crash and forgot to replace them when they left for the day. So how exactly could the victim have run a stop sign that wasn't even there?

I'm not saying anything so unusual happened here, but I wouldn't rule it out without clear evidence. That should be the goal following just about any commercial truck wreck. I don't currently see any reason why this crash would be an exception.

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