Little River Car Accident Kills One on State Hwy 95

A Little River car accident involving at least three vehicles left one occupant dead on Sunday night on State Highway 95, police said.

The accident specifically occurred on State Highway 95 near Acres Road. Police are still investigating the cause of the accident.

One of the vehicles involved erupted in flames, requiring an extensive effort to extinguish the fire, police said.

Two people who were injured were transported to areas hospital for treatment. A third person involved in the crash refused medical care.

While authorities cleared and investigated the scene of the Hwy 95 accident in Little River, the roadway was closed to other vehicles. It later reopened the same night.

Authorities said the person who was killed was the driver of a 1996 Thunderbird. The other vehicles involved were identified as a 2005 Chevy pickup truck and a 2008 Honda Civic.

Police identified that driver of the Thunderbird, who was killed in the car wreck in Little River, as 47-year-old Robert Serna, a resident of Temple, Texas.

Auto accidents occur every day. But the frequency of car wrecks doesn’t minimize the impact it has on victims, their careers, their families and their overall quality of life. Some collisions are sparked by something as simple as texting and driving or inattention, or crashes are more complex requiring extensive investigation. No matter what type of collision has occurred and what the details are, protecting oneself and one’s family from the crushing medical bills and the resulting need for treatment is vital to getting back on one’s feet.

Clear and concise investigation can be an imperative aspect of seeking fair compensation, revealing minute details and backing victims claims of what may have occurred and the facts surrounding.

If you’ve been injured or lost a loved one as a result of the negligence of another driver, call our auto accident attorneys in Austin, Temple, Waco and statewide Texas for a free initial consultation today. Our team of lawyers have access to research associates right on staff, giving us access to important information related to our clients’ claims as we seek just compensation. We care. We can help.

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