28-Year-Old Man Pronounced Dead after Multi-Car Accident near Pebble Hills
EL PASO, TX (November 14, 2023) – A fatal collision involving multiple vehicles and a tow truck occurred on Loop 375, Wednesday afternoon. Authorities were alerted to the incident at approximately 5:30 a.m. near the intersection of Pebble Hills and Edgemore.
According to reports, the driver of a gray Peterbilt tow truck attempted to swerve to avoid a Ford Edge but was unsuccessful. Consequently, the Ford collided with a Dodge Charger, propelling the Dodge into a Honda Accord. The chaos resulted in seven vehicles catching fire.
Paramedics promptly arrived at the scene, transporting several victims to a nearby hospital for necessary medical attention. A 28-year-old man lost his life in the collision, and medical personnel pronounced him dead at the scene. The authorities have not yet disclosed the identity of the deceased.
Emergency crews temporarily closed off the surrounding area to facilitate cleanup and preliminary tasks. Further details about the fatal tow-truck collision on Loop 375 will be provided once they become available.
The team at Sweet James would like to take this opportunity to extend their sincere condolences to the loved ones of the deceased man. May you find comfort and strength during this difficult time.
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