• March 14, 2023

One Killed in Gravel Truck Accident on I-35W near Meachum in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- March 13, 2023, one person was killed after an accident involving a gravel truck along I-35W near Meachum Boulevard.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 1:00 p.m. along the express lanes of southbound I-35W. Right now, the exact circumstances are under investigation. Initial details say a gravel truck and a car were involved in the accident, and the truck overturned. One person was killed, according to current reports, but it's unclear if anyone else was hurt.

One Killed in Gravel Truck Accident on I-35W near Meachum in Fort Worth, TX

Needless to say, a crash like this needs close attention to ensure the victims and families get clear answers as soon as possible. However, I always caution people against just assuming police will take those steps on their own. There are many skilled, dedicated officers here in the metroplex that can absolutely handle a crash like this.

Unfortunately, though, their departments don't always give them the time or resources they need to do their jobs properly. As a result, something important could slip through the cracks. Hopefully the department handling this incident keeps the victims and families in mind and takes the necessary steps to get them the answers they deserve.

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