• May 11, 2023

Karen Brandt Injured in Truck Accident on Fisher Road in Longview, TX

UPDATE (May 18, 2023): Officials released the identity of the woman hurt in the crash. They identified the woman as 66-year-old Karen Brandt, who in a Ford Escape that a Freightliner truck crashed into. Right now, additional details cannot be confirmed.

Longview, TX — April 17, 2023, a woman sustained injuries following a commercial truck accident at approximately 9:47 a.m. along Fisher Road.

According to preliminary information authorities, the crash happened just off the corner of Fisher Road and Marshall Avenue (U.S. 80).

Karen Brandt Injured in Truck Accident on Fisher Road in Longview, TX

It appears a 66-year-old Longview woman was driving a Ford Escape along the inside southbound lane of Fisher Road. A commercial truck ahead in the right lane of southbound Fisher apparently attempted to make a u-turn, pulling to the right and then turning left across the inside lane. Doing so, the truck crashed into the side of the woman's Ford Escape.

The woman in the Ford was apparently taken from the scene with injuries which authorities deemed to be incapacitating. The truck driver had no reported injuries. No one else appeared to be involved in the wreck. Police did not say if there were pending charges or citations stemming from the crash. No further information is available at this time.


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