Springtown, TX – 1 Killed And One Injured in Head-On Collision On Jay Bird Ln
Springtown, TX (September 14, 2019) – A fatal collision occurred on the morning of September 14th when two vehicles collided in Springtown.
Reports indicate that a Ford Mustang crashed into a pickup truck in the 1700 block of Jay Bird Lane. The Mustang was traveling south on Jay Bird Lane when it somehow veered into the northbound lanes and crashed head-on with the Ford pickup truck. The accident happened at around 2:45 a.m.
The Reno police and other emergency crews arrived to help all of the drivers and passengers involved in the collision. The driver of the Mustang passed away at the scene, and the 56-year-old driver of the pickup truck was flown to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth for further treatment.
Reno police officers are currently investigating to determine more information regarding the accident.
Our thoughts are with all of the families who were affected by this accident.
Head-On Collisions in Texas
Head-on collisions are the deadliest type of car accidents to be involved in due to the intensity of the collision being twice as forceful as other accidents. Most head-on collisions are caused by intoxicated drivers, especially if the accident takes place after midnight during the weekend. Intoxicated drivers are more susceptible to breaking laws due to blurred vision and slow reaction times.
We encourage families and injured victims to contact our experienced Texas wrongful death and personal injury lawyers at The Benton Law Firm for legal assistance. Our attorneys have spent years assisting grieving victims with their claims and helping them win their settlements. If you or a loved one was involved in a head-on collision and were not at fault, contact our office today for a free consultation at 214-219-4878.
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