TEXARKANA, TX — Both William Duncan Jr and Sr were taken to the hospital after a tractor-trailer accident that happened in Texarkana, Texas on Tuesday, October 21st, 2014. The article from KSLA said that the accident happened sometime Tuesday morning.
William Duncan Jr and William Duncan Sr were injured when the vehicle they were driving and a tractor-trailer collided while driving on Interstate 20. The news report said that the vehicle was hit from the rear by the tractor-trailer in the westbouned lanes.
Both men were taken to the hospital with unspecified injuries.
The driver of the tractor-trailer did not report injury at the scene.
The Texarkana Police is still going over the details of the crash.
Scene of the Accident
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