Reports coming out of Forth Worth state that three children and one adult were taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle collision. The accident occurred on Texas 114, east of Rhome, at about 7 PM. Law enforcement believes that the driver of an 18-wheeler, Joshua Little, was eastbound on the highway and was turning right into City Concrete. The driver of a car, John Graham, was also eastbound and was behind Little. Graham turned to look backwards for just a moment and in that moment, the car collided with the 18-wheeler. Graham and the three children in the car with him were taken to the hospital. Little suffered no injuries.
Our support and thoughts go out to the victims and their families. We hope that the victims have a speedy recovery.
As you can imagine, car accidents are not uncommon in Texas.
An unlicensed driver crashed into the home of a family in San Antonio. Law enforcement states that the driver believes that his steering wheel locked up at an intersection on Redcliff Drive. The accident occurred at about 1 PM and the car finally crashed into the Mendez’s home along Republic Drive, off of Jones Maltsberger near Loop 410.
Isaac Mendez’s (the father of the family) daughter, an infant, flipped across the room from the car’s impact. Luckily, she only suffered a minor bump on her head.
Fortunately, nobody was hurt but one can only imagine the damages that could have been caused in this situation. Unlicensed drivers are extremely dangerous drivers and if they cause fatalities, the families of the victims could possibly file a wrongful death claim.
— Article by Richard D. Weaver, a Texas personal injury attorney.