Written by: The Benton Law Firm Last Updated : June 24, 2019

Seguin, TX – 2 Injured in Big Rig Accident on FM 725

Seguin, TX (June 22, 2019) On the afternoon of June 20th, a big rig accident happened on FM 725 at the Interstate 10 underpass. An 18-wheeler truck struck a Mazda 3 that was turning onto the Interstate 10 underpass from FM 725. The accident occurred at approximately 12:58 p.m.

When firefighters and paramedics arrived, they found a passenger trapped inside of the Mazda and immediately extricated them. An emergency helicopter flew the injured victim to Ascension Seton Hays in Kyle. The driver of the Mazda also sustained injuries and was transported to Seton Hays via ground ambulance. The big rig contained a driver and a passenger, both of which were unharmed.

Authorities are investigating the accident to determine why the big rig struck the Mazda.

We wish the two injured victims a fast recovery as they receive treatment.

Big Rig Accidents in Texas

Seguin, TX - 2 Injured in Big Rig Accident on FM 725Studies show that every year at least 2,000 people sustain injuries after being involved in 18-wheeler accidents in Texas. Usually, the occupants in passenger vehicles sustain more serious injuries than the occupants inside of 18-wheeler trucks. Often times, these accidents are caused by negligence just like most other accidents. However, truck drivers are required to follow strict federal regulations that are supposed to decrease their chances of causing accidents.

At Benton Law Firm, our experienced Texas personal injury lawyers are well aware of the federal rules and regulations that all employers are supposed to make sure their employees abide why. We have helped many injured victims prove their negligence claims against truck drivers, trucking companies, truck manufacturers, and any other negligent party. If you or someone you love was hurt in a truck accident, call our office today for a free consultation at 214-219-4878.

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Disclaimer: The intent of this post is to provide general information to our readers and to help improve the safety and quality of life of those who live in our state. At the Benton Law Firm, we intend to honor those who are victimized in accidents across Texas. We aim to provide up to date information to the public surrounding these incidents in hopes of helping others to avoid becoming victims themselves or to know how to respond should a tragedy occur. Do not rely on any information within this post. Instead, seek further assistance from a legal or medical professional whenever necessary.

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