• February 14, 2017

Man Killed in Lewisville, TX, Dump Truck Accident on Parker Road

Lewisville, TX -- February 10, 2017, a man suffered fatal injuries following an accident in which his pickup and a dump truck crashed on Parker Road.

According to Denton County authorities, the incident happened in the 2600 block of Parker Road, just east of Sam Rayburn Tollway.

Their preliminary reports state that a Lewisville ISD employee was driving a district-owned pickup along Parker at the time. For reasons yet to be determined, the pickup and an oncoming dump truck crossed paths with each other. This resulted in a head-on collision.

Following the crash, the man in the pickup was trapped in his vehicle. Responding authorities say he was responsive for some time, but eventually fell unconscious. Upon extraction, EMS officials began resuscitation efforts and transported him to a nearby hospital. He later died. The driver of the dump truck was not injured.

At this time, investigators have not indicated what caused the fatal crash. They say the incident is still being investigated.

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