Jasper, TX – Jesse James McNabb was injured in a collision involving a tractor-trailer truck in Jasper on Tuesday, December 15th, 2015.
32-ywear-old McNabb was driving a 2005 Dodge Ram pickup truck behind a 2012 Peterbilt 18-wheeler, driven by 35-year-old Dusty Holland, at the Highway 63 West split, where 63 and Farm to Market Roads 2799 and 3414 all intersect when the Peterbilt allegedly made an unexpected right-hand turn from the left lane. McNabb swerved in an attempt to avoid the collision, went off the highway, hit a concrete culvert, and then rolled over.
Holland was issued a citation for turning when unsafe.
McNabb was taken by ambulance to Christus Jasper Memorial Hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.
Investigation is ongoing.
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