1 Person Hurt in El Paso Auto Accident on Interstate 10 West and US-54 North
EL PASO, TX (February 3, 2024) – Friday morning, a disastrous rollover crash on Interstate 10 West and US-54 North injured one person.
The incident happened at around 11:30 a.m. on Interstate 10 West at the US-54 North Exit.
According to the Texas Department of Transportation, the incident involved a vehicle that crashed and rolled over for still unknown reasons.
Moreover, authorities confirmed that one person sustained minor injuries in the incident.
Furthermore, the crash closed the US-54 North ramp but has long since reopened.
At this time, the events leading to the crash remained unclear. When additional information becomes available, the public will be notified.
Due to limited information, the Texas Department of Transportation continued to investigate the crash.
What’s Next after Disastrous Rollover Crash on Interstate 10 West and US-54 North
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