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Tow Truck Operator Dead in I-45 Multi-Vehicle Crash

A multi-vehicle crash was reported in Fairfield, Texas on Friday, May 28th. The crash took place on Interstate 45 just before 5:00 p.m. Three vehicles were involved in the incident. The Texas Department of Public Safety has been leading an investigation of the case. 

A 2020 Freightliner tow truck was parked while the operator, a 35-year-old man from Central Texas, was providing emergency services to another vehicle. Suddenly, the operator, who was inside the tow truck, was struck by another vehicle, a 2020 Toyota Corolla. He was later pronounced dead by the paramedics who were called to the scene. The 2020 Toyota Corolla, which was being driven by a 22-year-old woman, also crashed into another vehicle, a 2014 Volvo sedan, before crashing into the tow truck. It is unknown whether any of the drivers and passengers of the other vehicles were also left injured from the crash.

Can You File A Claim if You Were Involved in a Multi-Vehicle Crash?

Any person who was left injured or experienced financial loss due to a car crash can take legal action against the at-fault party. This also applies to multi-vehicle crash victims. If you happen to find yourself in such a situation, you can file a claim against the at-fault party directly, or against their auto insurance provider. However, you need to know that if you’re involved in a multi-vehicle crash, it is possible that the fault in causing the crash to occur will involve multiple parties. In such a situation, it is best to consult a lawyer first before choosing to pursue any legal action. Call us today at (713) 352-7975 to get a free consultation with one of our experienced car crash attorneys, available 24/7.

Source: KWTX