• September 14, 2023

Two 17-Year-Olds, One 11-Year-Old Injured in Truck Accident on Houston Hwy. in Victoria, TX

Victoria, TX — August 20, 2023, three juveniles were injured in a truck accident around 6:04 p.m. at John Stockbauer Rd and Houston Hwy. in Victoria.

According to authorities, the victims' Nissan Frontier was facing west on Houston Hwy. and attempting to make a left-hand turn to go south on John Stockbauer Rd. when their vehicle collided with a westbound Peterbilt tractor-trailer. The nose of the Peterbilt reportedly struck the passenger side of the Nissan Frontier.

Officials report the 17-year-old sitting in the front passenger seat and the 11-year-old passenger that was sitting in the rear passenger-side seat both suffered serious injuries. The 17-year-old driver purportedly sustained minor injuries. All three of the minors were taken to a medical center. No other injuries were reported.

Investigators have not released what factors led up to the accident.

Two 17-Year-Olds, One 11-Year-Old Injured in Truck Accident on Houston Hwy. in Victoria, TX

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