Two Wrecks on 21 West of BryanFeatured Stories, News Friday, April 12th, 2013
There were two crashes west of Bryan on Highway 21 Friday afternoon during the noon hour.
DPS trooper Jimmy Morgan says in the first crash, the driver of a westbound car blacked out and the car travelled eight-tenths of a mile in the median before the car stopped in a treeline bordering Thompson’s Creek. 26 year old Troy Waggoner of Bryan, who was not wearing a seat belt, was treated for facial injuries and released from a local hospital.
JimmyMorgan041213.mp3Jimmy Morgan visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the car that stopped short of Thompson’s Creek.
The second incident involved a semi, a car, and a pickup at the intersection of 21 and FM 50 on the east side of Brazos River. Investigators were told the car followed the semi as both made a left turn from 50 to 21. The semi took the outside lane and the car the inside lane. The driver of the pickup, who wasn’t able to slow down in time, rear-ended the semi. The car didn’t stop. No one was injured.
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