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Accident On I 25 Today

Accident on I-25 Near Dallas-Fort Worth Border Happened at About 1:55pm Today

The crash on I-25 near the Dallas-Fort Worth border happened at approximately 1:55pm today. The two vehicles involved were a 2001 International truck and a Kawasaki motorcycle traveling northbound. The motorcycle was hit by the unknown semi truck’s trailer, then slid into the middle lane. The International struck the motorcycle and ran it over. The motorcycle was declared dead at the scene, but the driver of the Ford Focus was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

Ford Edge hit twice

The accident happened at about 6 a.m. on Interstate 25. Two cars – a 2015 Ford Edge and a 2021 Mitsubishi Outlander – were in the left lane when a truck rear-ended them. The truck then hit the Ford Edge twice, forcing it into the center median. The car was pushed into the median, where it sustained multiple injuries. The semi-truck driver was also involved, but has not been charged with any crimes.

The problem is with the steering gear motor. The bolts holding the motor to the frame had corroded. This caused the motor to come loose while driving. A sudden loss of steering power can render the SUV uncontrollable. The problem was discovered in August of this year, and a recall was issued. Ford is recalling the vehicle affected by this defect. As such, owners of this model should check for it.

Kenworth struck Ford Edge a second time before hitting cable rail in the median

A semitruck driver rear-ended a family of four on I-25 near Colo. 66 today, forcing the Ford Edge into the center median. The semitruck struck the Ford Edge twice, then hit the cable rail in the median, shutting down the freeway. The accident prompted police to shut down the interstate and redirect traffic to Exit 243.

A red 2020 Chevrolet Corvette traveling at a high rate of speed collided with a silver 2018 Ford Explorer that was being used as a rideshare vehicle. The car also hit two telephone poles and a parked 2021 Toyota Tundra. The driver of the corvette was taken to Dell Seton Medical Center. The other occupant of the Chevrolet Corvette was transported to a local hospital.

All five occupants of Ford Edge declared dead at scene

A semi-truck rear-ended a Ford Focus, causing the vehicle to crash into the side of a northbound car. A second accident then involved a Mitsubishi Outlander crashing into the Ford Focus, which then struck the Kenworth semi-truck and came to a stop in the center median. The crash caused Interstate 25 to be closed in both directions and traffic was diverted at Exit 243.

The two cars collided on i 25 in El Paso, TX. The driver, a 20-year-old man, was pronounced dead at the scene. Three passengers in the second vehicle, a 47-year-old woman, a 3-month-old girl, and a 51-year-old man, were also declared dead. The driver of the other vehicle, a 45-year-old man, suffered minor injuries and was transported to Medical Center of the Rockies.

Driver of Ford Focus transported to hospital with minor injuries

The crash on I-25 today has left a pedestrian dead and a woman driving a Ford Focus in the road with minor injuries. The driver pushed forward to help the disabled motorist, but the car smashed into the left shoulder of a concrete barrier. The driver was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. The driver of the Ford Focus has not been identified, but has undergone surgery.

The crash, which involved three vehicles south of Pueblo, was suspected to be alcohol-related. A 2001 Ford Focus was traveling southbound in the left lane of the freeway when a northbound Nissan Murano rear-ended the car. The driver of the Ford Focus, who was wearing a seatbelt, was transported to the hospital. The driver of the Raptor, who had been driving slowly, was cited for failing to slow down to avoid the crash and failure to maintain the proper speed.

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