3 Killed in Crash Involving 3 Pickup Trucks

3 Killed in Crash Involving 3 Pickup Trucks

Three people were killed and two sustained critical injuries after a three-vehicle collision in South Texas during inclement weather. According to Public Safety Trooper Anthony Flores, investigators are still ascertaining if the heavy rains played a factor in the crash, which occurred near the City of Stockdale. Texas DPS reported a pickup truck heading south on Texas State Highway 123, where it careened into another pickup truck heading the opposite direction. A third pickup slammed into the two totaled trucks seconds later. Both passengers in the first pickup—65-year-old Charles Redden and 61-year-old Sandra Redden—died at the scene of the accident. A passenger in the second truck, 76-year-old Ladonna Speer, also died during the crash. The two other drivers were immediately transported to a hospital in San Antonio. Who is Liable? In car accidents like this where liability is difficult to determine, the advice of a San Antonio car accident attorney can be critical to uncovering the truth and finding justice. If you were involved in an accident like this where liability is sketchy, get a lawyer ASAP. A reliable car accident lawyer can:

  • Conduct an independent investigation of the accident
  • Guide you through the process of filing a personal injury claim
  • Go head to head with insurance companies, who can reject claims of uninformed parties
  • Ensure that your rights are protected

For reliable legal representation in San Antonio, contact Barrus Injury Lawyers for a FREE, no-obligation consultation of your rights and legal options. Call us at (210) 593-8709.

By |2018-03-27T06:46:50+00:00March 27th, 2018|Categories: Car Accidents|Comments Off on 3 Killed in Crash Involving 3 Pickup Trucks