DPS: Alcohol may be involved in Sunday night crash where driver hit tow truck – Herald-Banner
The Texas Division of Public Safety is indicating alcohol might have performed A process in a Sunday Evening time three car crash alongside U.S. Freeway 380 in Hunt County By which a driver struck a tow truck.
DPS Sgt. Kyle Bradford said Freeway Patrol Troopers have been dispatched at round 8 p.m. Sunday to A critical accident on the highway involving a Ford pickup and a tow truck.
“Preliminary investigation signifies that a Benson Brothers wrecker truck was choosing up an unoccupied Chevy pickup truck on the eastbound shoulder,” Bradford said. “A 1967 Ford pickup truck drifted onto the shoulder and struck the unoccupied truck pushing it on prime of the wrecker truck. The occupants of the tow truck Weren’t Contained in the car On the time of the crash and Weren’t injured. The driving strain of the Ford was transported to Hunt County Regional with non-life threatening accidents. Alcohol is a potential contributing problem for the crash.”
Bradford said the investigation is ongoing and no further information was immediately out there.