Tyler, Texas — Police said that there was a serious accident along I-20 several miles NE of Tyler on Thursday morning during the rainy weather. It appears that two people in a small red pickup truck were injured after the truck lost control in the westbound lanes of I-20 and crashed into a concrete divider.
This was before 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 21, 2015. Traffic in the area was shut down for a period and re-routed into one lane going west. The actual accident took place near Highway 271’s intersection with I-20.
Two people in the truck were taken to a hospital for their injuries after this wreck, but their conditions weren’t believed to be very serious.
Right now, police think that weather was probably a factor.
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Map of the Accident
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