• February 08, 2023

Two Injured in Truck Accident on State Highway 21 in Madison County, TX

North Zulch, TX — February 7, 2023, two people were hospitalized after a collision with a tractor-trailer on State Highway 21 in Madison County.

Authorities say the incident happened around 11:00 a.m. on Highway 21 in the North Zulch area. Preliminary investigation suggest a pickup truck was traveling east on the highway, allegedly over the speed limit, when it went out of control and hit a nearby guardrail. It then rebounded and traveled into the westbound lanes where it crashed with an 18-wheeler.

The pickup's driver and passenger were transported to a Bryan hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. No other injuries were reported.

The investigation continues. No further information is currently available.

One thing I've found many times over the years is that people can be a little too quick to take a few sentences in "breaking" news as the whole story of a crash. Could things have gone the way they were described? Maybe; it's unfortunately true that drivers sometimes lose control while speeding. Could there also be more to the story that investigators couldn't or didn't see during a once-over at the scene? Absolutely. Unusual factors contribute to and even cause crashes every day, yet too often they're overlooked.

I'm not saying I know something police don't. I just always try to stress the importance of a careful and thorough investigation, no matter how simple a picture early reports may paint. The very least it does is confirm what police first thought, but if it finds something that might otherwise have slipped through the cracks that can make a world of difference.

Two Injured in Truck Accident on State Highway 21 in Madison County, TX

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