• August 14, 2023

Tray Williams Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Medina County, TX

Medina County, TX — July 10, 2023, Tray Williams was injured as the result of an 18-wheeler accident at around 7:20 p.m. along Interstate 35.

Preliminary information about the accident says that it took place along northbound main lanes of the interstate near mile marker 130.

According to officials, there are conflicting statements about events leading up to the collision. They say that 41-year-old Tray Williams was the driver of a Chevy Silverado that was traveling along the inside lane of northbound I-35 approaching merging traffic.

Tray Williams Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Medina County, TX

Authorities say that Williams told them he was in the left lane when an 18-wheeler in the right lane made an unsafe lane change, causing Williams to veer right and hit the brakes. After this, Williams reportedly said the 18-wheeler moved back to the right, crashing with the Silverado.

It appears the 18-wheeler driver told authorities that they had already merged into the left lane of travel. They told authorities that the Silverado lost control while going to the right lane, then veered back to the left and hit the 18-wheeler.

As a result of the crash, Williams had apparently incapacitating injuries. There were no other confirmed injuries. Right now, there has yet to be any confirmation about what exactly caused the crash. Investigations are ongoing.


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