• May 11, 2023

Two Injured in Multi-Vehicle Accident on I-10 in Fannett, TX

Jefferson County, TX — May 10, 2023, two people were injured due to a multi-vehicle 18-wheeler accident at around 4:30 p.m. on I-10.

Investigators said that the incident happened in the area of Interstate 10 mile marker 840 along eastbound lanes. Preliminary details from the Texas Department of Public Safety indicate that the events happened during inclement weather, which resulted in wet roadways.

Two Injured in Multi-Vehicle Accident on I-10 in Fannett, TX

Two separate vehicles, a Chevy Malibu and a GMC Yukon, apparently hydroplaned at separate times in the same area, sending both vehicles into the ditch. While they were there, an 18-wheeler also apparently hydroplaned, allegedly due to unsafe speeds. This sent the 18-wheeler into the ditch, as well, where it hit the wrecked vehicles and one of the drivers who was outside of their vehicle.

Two people were injured as a result of incident, reports say. They were the driver of the Malibu and a passenger that was inside the Malibu at the time. No other injuries were confirmed. At this time, no charges or citations are reported pending further investigations.


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