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Waco– Truck accident on South 3rd Street and South University Parks Drive

Posted on Friday, December 21st, 2018 at 10:54 am    

At least one fatality was reported following a truck collision on South 3rd Street near South University Parks Drive, Monday.

According to police, a Ford pick-up truck was heading north on University Parks Drive at around 1:45 p.m. As it turned to South 3rd Street, it drifted into the westbound lane colliding with a gravel truck. The front passenger of the pickup truck, identified as 22-year-old man Harley McKinney, was declared died at the scene. Three other passengers suffered from several injuries which were considered non-fatal. They were taken to the hospital along with the gravel truck driver who sustained minor injuries.

The names of the injured victims have not yet been released. The investigation is still in progress.

Injuries in a Car Accident

If you have been injured in a car accident, the first thing you need to do is assess yourself. Are you bleeding? What is the extent of your injuries? If you are badly hurt, call 911 and request for an ambulance for you to be transported to the nearest hospital. If you are able to move, go to the safest side of the road and wait for help.

While injuries caused by a car accident may vary from person to another, there are some common ones. For fatal crashes, head and back injuries are the most common while for minor car collisions, whiplash injuries are quite common.

People dislike attorneys until they actually need one. Attorney Tom's team of Houston personal injury lawyers is prepared to help you if you've been hurt in an accident. Call (713) 244-6363 or fill out an online contact form and an experienced legal professional will reach out to you.

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