• August 29, 2023

Michael Hinson, 1 Injured in Truck Accident on F.M. 115 in Franklin County, TX

UPDATE (September 11, 2023): Further information from officials identifies the Bogata man as Michael Wayne Hinson, who reportedly had incapacitating injuries. No further information about the accident can be confirmed at this time.

Franklin County, TX — July 25, 2023, a Bogata man and another person were injured following a dual commercial truck accident at around 12:30 p.m. along F.M. 115.

According to information released about the accident, it happened at the intersection of Farm-to-Market 115 and Farm-to-Market 1448.

Michael Hinson, 1 Injured in Truck Accident on F.M. 115 in Franklin County, TX

Investigators said that a 59-year-old Bogata man was in a Mack truck going southbound along F.M. 115. At the F.M. 1448 intersection, authorities allege that a westbound Hino truck pulled through a stop sign, crossing into the path of the Mack truck. This resulted in the two trucks colliding.

As a result of the collision, the Bogata man sustained incapacitating injuries. One person from the Hino truck reportedly had non-incapacitating injuries. There were no other reported injuries. In current statements, authorities recommended potential charges for failure to yield and driving without a license for the Hino driver. This and other details remain unconfirmed pending investigations.


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