• January 31, 2024

Dylan Salas Injured in Truck Accident on F.M. 1788 in Andrews County, TX

Andrews County, TX — January 19, 2024, Dylan Salas was injured in a truck accident shortly before 9:00 a.m. along Farm to Market 1788.

According to reports, the accident took place at the intersection of C.R. 8000 and F.M. 1788.

Dylan Salas Injured in Truck Accident on F.M. 1788 in Andrews County, TX

23-year-old Dylan Salas was traveling in a southbound Honda Civic approaching the intersection. Officials indicate that, for unknown reasons, the Civic tried to use the right shoulder to pass another vehicle which was attempting to make a left turn onto eastbound C.R. 8000. At the same time, an 18-wheeler was making a left turn from northbound F.M. 1788 onto westbound C.R. 8000. As a result of attempting to pass the other vehicle using the shoulder, the Civic collided with the front right corner of the trailer which was being towed behind the turning 18-wheeler.

Salas reportedly incurred suspected severe injuries as a result of the crash; he was transported to a local medical facility by EMS in order to receive necessary treatment. No other injuries have been reported.

Additional details pertaining to this incident are not available at this point in time. The investigation is currently ongoing.

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