Accident debris can be seen next to the semi-trailer truck carrying veterans in a parade. (Tim Fischer/Midland Reporter-Telegram)
A preliminary report is released on last month’s deadly train accident during a parade in Midland that killed four vets and injured 16 others. Jay Hendricks, anchor at television station KOSA in Midland-Odessa has on update on the people injured in this accident:
Hendricks says money to help the families impacted by this accident will start to be given out on December 17.
Community Unites After Train Crash In Midland
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