• April 10, 2017

Lance Williams Killed in Dallas, TX, 18-wheeler Accident on Marvin D. Love

Dallas, TX -- April 7, 2017, Lance Williams was killed in Dallas, TX, as the result of an accident in which his car and an 18-wheeler collided along the freeway.

The Dallas Police Department responded to the accident scene at approximately 1:20 a.m. at the intersection of the Martin D. Love service road and Red Bird Lane.

According to preliminary8 accident reports, 22-year-old Williams was driving a Chevy Impala southbound along the service road when he reached the intersection of Red Bird. He reportedly went through the blinking red light into the path of an 18-wheeler traveling eastbound on Red Bird. This resulted in a t-bone collision.

Officials reported that Williams seemed stable at the scene when examined by paramedics. He was taken to the hospital as a precaution, and it turned out he had fatal internal injuries. He was died at the hospital.

A passenger from his vehicle was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The condition of the 18-wheeler driver was not specified.

At this time, no further information is available.

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