• January 03, 2017

Man Injured in Waco, TX, Utility Truck Accident on 18th Street

Waco, TX -- December 31, 2016, a man was injured as the result of an accident where his vehicle crashed into the back of a utility truck on 18th Street.

Waco Police investigators reported on the two-vehicle accident, saying it occurred near the intersection of 18th Street and Mitchell Avenue.

According to preliminary accident reports, two people were in a utility truck that was driving northbound on 18th. As they traveled, a white car somehow managed to crash into the back of the utility truck.

As a result of the collision, the 58-year-old driver of the white car sustained moderate injuries. That person was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. The two passengers of the utility truck were not injured.

Authorities say they found an open alcohol container in the white car, but they did not indicate whether or not alcohol was a factor in the crash.

Their investigations are currently ongoing.

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