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Motorist Killed When FedEx Truck Crashes in Amarillo, Texas

Undefeated 18-Wheeler Accident Lawyer Investigates Fatal FedEx Truck Crash Killed Man in Amarillo, Texas.

A motorist died tragically yesterday morning, after a FedEx truck crashed into his vehicle in Amarillo, Texas.

FedEx Truck Ran Stop Sign Before Colliding with Jeep Wrangler

Amarillo Police responded to the February 19th accident at Willow Drive and North Dumas Highway shortly after 6:15 a.m.

The FedEx truck was travelling south on the Dumas service road, and apparently ran through a stop sign. The 18-wheeler subsequently collided with a 1993 Jeep Wrangler that was heading west on Willow Drive.

The Jeep driver suffered fatal injuries in the crash and died at the scene. Police later identified the victim as a 67-year-old man from Amarillo.

The 43-year-old Dallas man at the wheel of the FedEx truck was not injured.

Amarillo FedEx Truck Accident Remains Under Investigation

The Amarillo Police Department continues to investigate yesterday’s fatal FedEx truck accident.

The have evidently ruled out weather as a possible cause. Nothing so far indicates drugs or alcohol contributed to the deadly collision.

At this time, the police have not made any arrests or issued any citations in connection with the crash.

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