• February 21, 2023

One Injured in Work Van Accident on Bryant Boulevard in San Angelo, TX

San Angelo, TX -- February 20, 2023, one person was injured as the result of an accident where a car and a work van collided on Bryant.

Officials said that the incident happened at Bryant Boulevard and 19th Street Monday afternoon. Initial details say only that a van or work truck may have run a red light and crashed into a Toyota car. As a result, the driver of the car was taken to a hospital. Reports suggest that the van driver was cited for running the light.

San Angelo, TX Van Accident Injures 1 on Bryant Boulevard at 19th Street

If the allegations here are true, someone running a light is usually about as open-and-shut as an investigation can get. But with a work vehicle, there are important questions to answer. Chiefly, has this sort of thing happened before? Were there signs of reckless driving with this driver or others working for the company? Is this some isolated mistake, or did the business in question engage in negligent behavior that made something like this inevitable? Getting these answers could show there's a lot more to this story than meets the eye.



One Killed in Truck Accident on I-35 in Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City, OK — March 13, 2023, one person was killed in a collision with a Brinks Truck on northbound Interstate 35 in Oklahoma City. Authorities believe the Brinks truck was northbound on I-35 when the truck veered off the road, through a cable barrier, over a grassy median, and then collided head-on with a...

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