Dallas County rollover accident attorneys alert pickup truck wreck death. Dallas County investigators say woman ejected from pickup truck died at scene.
December 30, 2008, Dallas, TX (AmericanInjuryNews.com)–AIN truck wreck injury news reporters and Dallas pickup truck wreck lawyers say a 44 year-old woman was pronounced dead on the accident scene early Monday morning, December 22, 2008. Dallas County Sheriff’s office investigators say the accident happened on an icy service road of U.S. Highway 175 near Malloy Bridge Road. Apparently freezing water from a sprinkler system in front of an Auto Zone store may have contributed to the crash. The woman driving the pickup truck in Seagoville had her daughter and two grandchildren in the truck with her at the time of the rollover. The passengers were transported to Baylor Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries.
AmericanInjuryNews reporters were informed according to the Texas Department of Transportation maintenance workers notified businesses in the area about turning off their sprinklers during freezing weather. The City of Seagoville recently approved a new ordinance relating to sprinkler systems mandating moisture sensors to be placed in each controller to prevent irrigation systems from starting during freezing weather. Apparently the Auto Zone store had not implemented the sensors. Seagoville City officials in Texas say the ordinance goes into effect on January 1, 2009.
Enews pickup truck wreck correspondents and Dallas County rollover accident lawyers say Auto Zone officials have been cooperating according to accident investigators. Pickup truck rollovers cause serious injuries and damages to occupants of the truck. Many times people die in truck wrecks. Consulting a rollover accident attorney in Dallas who specializes in truck wreck injury claims may help you recover compensation for damages and injuries.
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