• November 02, 2023

Daniel Bustamante, Edward Gonzalez Injured in Truck Accident in Ector County, TX

UPDATE (November 9, 2023): The identities of the two people involved in this accident have been confirmed. The first was 39-year-old Daniel Bustamante; the second was 29-year-old Edward Gonzalez.

Ector County, TX — October 9, 2023, two people were injured in a truck accident just before four o'clock in the morning along Interstate 20.

According to reports, a 39-year-old man and a 29-year-old man were traveling in a Buick in the left-hand westbound lane of I-20 approaching F.M. 1053 when the accident occurred.

Daniel Bustamante, Edward Gonzalez Injured in Truck Accident in Ector County, TX

For unknown reasons, the Buick veered right out of the left-hand lane and collided with the back left corner of an 18-wheeler. The collision caused the Buick to roll twice before coming to a stop on the driver's in the left shoulder of westbound I-20.

The 29-year-old man in the Buick reportedly sustained severe injuries as a result of the crash. The 39-year-old was also injured. They were both transported to medical facilities by emergency medical services for treatment of their injuries. No other injuries were reported in connection with this accident. The cause of the accident has not been confirmed. There are no additional details available at this time.

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