• September 09, 2023

32-Year-Old Injured in Multi-Truck Accident on Highway 114 in Rhome, TX

Rhome, TX — August 3, 2023, one person was injured in a multi-truck collision around 9:10 p.m. on Highway 114 in Rhome.

According to sources, the victim was westbound in a Ford F-250 owned by Grod Construction LLC when his vehicle collided with a Freightliner tractor-trailer. The Freightliner had reportedly been traveling east on the highway and attempted to complete a U-turn and allegedly turned into the path of the F-250.

Investigators allege a witness in another semi-truck said the Freightliner failed to yield the right of way and may not have had its lights on despite the dark roadway.

The 32-year-old in the F-250 was purportedly air-lifted to a hospital with serious injuries while the semi-truck driver was reportedly unharmed.

Officials may be withholding the victim's name until their next of kin is notified.

32-Year-Old Injured in Multi-Truck Accident on Highway 114 in Rhome, TX

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