South Texas Head On Collision Kills Four on FM 774
A head-on collision in South Texas claimed the lives of four people, who were riding in a sedan when a pickup truck swerved into their lane of traffic on FM 774 on Monday night.
The identities of the victims of the Texas car crash have not yet been provided by police.
Five people in the pickup truck were injured in the auto accident, which occurred northeast of Corpus Christi.
Although the names of the victims have not been revealed, police said all four victims were female: two women and two girls.
The injured parties in the pickup truck were transported to Christus Spohn Memorial Hospital. Officials said their injuries were not life-threatening.
Head-on collision can often be linked to inattention, drowsy driving and even driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Despite the many factors that may be linked to head-on car accidents, the ability of a driver to react to other vehicles or correct their vehicle, may be severely impaired, causing them to overcorrect or swerve into opposing lanes of traffic.
Thorough investigation is vital in situations where an accident has occurred and people have been severely injured or killed. Markings in the road, witnesses on the scene and even parties involved in an accident are important to locate early in an investigations, when facts are fresh and memories can easily recollect information surrounding an auto accident.
If you’ve been injured in a Texas car accident, don’t wait until evidence is more difficult to compile and witnesses are hard to locate. Call our injury attorneys in Bryan-College Station, San Antonio and statewide Texas for a free initial consultation regarding your rights. With access to investigators right on our staff, we can immediately begin gathering information related to our clients’ accidents, helping reveal imperative facts while seeking fair compensation for medical bills, transformed quality of life and loss. We care. We can help.
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