Truck Debris Accident Kills Bryan, Texas Woman on Hwy 21

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 6-Aug-2012

A piece of metal debris from an 18 wheeler truck smashed through the windshield of a vehicle behind it on Sunday, killing a Bryan, Texas woman who was a passenger in the car.

Police identified the woman as 33-year-old Tracy Louise White. Her husband, 35-year-old Charles Robert White, was driving the passenger car when their windshield was struck by an angle iron that came off of the big rig traveling in front of the couple’s vehicle.

The piece of iron hit Tracy White in the head and she died as a result of the injuries she endured.

According to police, the driver of the 18 wheeler truck did not stop and officials are still trying to locate that driver and the truck involved in the truck debris accident.

The accident took place on Texas Hwy 21, near Wixon Valley.

Truck drivers have a responsibility to inspect their vehicles, maintaining a properly loaded truck as well as taking care of the various pieces and parts that could potentially pose danger to surrounding drivers. In addition, truck companies have a responsibility to properly hire and train drivers in maintenance and proper loading of the vehicle.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured or killed by a truck debris accident or an accident caused by an overloaded truck, call our 18 wheeler truck accident attorneys in San Antonio, Austin, Bryan and statewide Texas at 254-633-2983, contact our truck crash lawyers online or visit one of the 11 office locations for our truck accident attorneys in San Antonio and across the state for a free consultation today.

Our experienced attorneys are backed by private investigators and professional medical consultants who quickly begin gathering evidence and helping clients reveal details associated with a car accident or the fatal truck accident of a loved one while seeking just compensation and holding negligent companies and driver responsible for injuries and loss. We care. We can help.


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