Author Archives: Pete Trosclair

Clint Torres of Mansfield, Texas Killed In Trucking Accident

Clint Torres of Mansfield, a Dallas and Ft. Worth suburb, was killed on Wednesday in a trucking accident in Colorado.  The Colorado State Patrol is reporting that Duane Olson, who was also killed in the trucking wreck, was driving westbound on US 40 when his semi veered into the eastbound lane of traffic, sideswiping two other… Read More

Noah Whitaker And Cesar Castillo Killed In San Angelo Car Wreck.

Two teenage boys were killed in a head on collision near San Angelo, Texas on October 20, 2015.  Investigations indicate that a pickup truck driven by Noah Whitaker crossed the center line into on coming traffic where he collided with the vehicle driven by Cesar Castillo.  Investigators do not know what caused Mr. Whitaker’s car to… Read More

Industrial Accident Injures One in Waxahachie, Texas

A worker in Waxahachie was airlifted to Parkland hospital after suffering an industrial accident yesterday. Initial reports indicate that the injured worker’s hand was trapped in some type of industrial machine.  The name of the injured party, how his hand came to be stuck in the machine, and his current condition are not known at this… Read More

Mario Ozuna of Penitas, Texas Killed In Louisiana Trucking Accident

Mario Ozuna of Penitas was killed when the corvette he was driving was struck by a tractor trailer in Claiborne Parish, Louisiana.  Preliminary investigations indicate that the driver of the tractor trailer, Curtis Holly, Jr., ran a stop sign thereby causing the trucking accident.  The driver of the tractor trailer and the passenger in the Corvette,… Read More

Drilling Boom Leads To Increased Trucking Accidents

Fracking has been great for the Texas economy, but the fracking boom is not without serious costs.  According to research coming out of Texas A&M, highway fatalities in Texas shale country correlate directly with drilling activity. As drilling increases, so do traffic fatalities, with the converse also holding true.  The researchers even went a step further… Read More