• February 20, 2017

Driver Killed in Brazos County, TX, 18-wheeler Accident on TX-21

Brazos County, TX -- February 19, 2017, a driver was fatally injured following an accident where a car and an 18-wheeler crashed head-on on TX-21.

Brazos County rescue teams and Texas DPS troopers were called to the scene Sunday evening near the intersection of State Highway 21 and Pleasant Hill Road.

According to early investigations, a car was driving eastbound along the highway with only the driver in the vehicle. For reasons that are unclear, the paths of the car and an oncoming 18-wheeler crossed. This resulted in a head-on collision between the two vehicles.

The severity of the crash inflicted fatal injuries to the driver. The driver of the 18-wheeler was taken to a hospital with unspecified injuries.

The car caught fire after the collision, but the flames were quickly put out by responding fire officials.

At this time, no cause for the accident has been determined. Authorities continue their investigations.

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