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Two Confirmed Dead Following Multiple 18-Wheeler Crash on I-10 Near Luling, Texas


A violent collision involving four 18-wheelers and a single passenger vehicle on the San Marcos River Relief Bridge along I-10 near Luling, Texas tragically killed two people early Saturday morning.

2 Trucks Lost Loads and Caught Fire

The accident occurred shortly before 2:45 a.m. on February 10th, in the southbound lanes of the interstate near mile-marker 630.

Two of the 18-wheelers lost their loads and caught fire.

One of the trucks was carrying pineapples, and the others were hauling heavy materials.

2 Bodies Recovered at the Scene and 1 Seriously Injured

According to the Caldwell County Office of Emergency Management, two bodies were recovered from the scene of the crash.

A third person was transferred to a local hospital with serious injuries.

The identities of the victims have not been released.

Fog Advisory was in Effect at the Time of the Fatal Collision

The accident caused significant damage to the bridge rail, forcing officials to close I-10 between U.S. 183 and Highway 80 for much of the morning.

Hazmat teams were also called to the site to clean up an unknown amount of diesel.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation. Weather may have been a factor, as there was a fog advisory in affect at the time.

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