Possible DWI leads to crash with fire truck

An Irving fire truck that was parked to protect workers after one traffic accident was hit by another driver in a pickup truck early Monday morning.

Police believe the driver of the pickup may have been intoxicated.

The fire truck was working as a “blocker,” parked a few hundred yards behind single-vehicle rollover crash on southbound Walton Walker Blvd. just north of Highway 183.

At approximately 3:00 a.m., the pickup driver was traveling south on Walton Walker and struck the fire truck from behind.

Firefighters had to pry open the wreckage to free the two men in the truck both of whom were injured.

Fortunately, no firefighters or emergency workers were hurt.

If you are injured as a passenger in a wreck, you are almost always entitled to recover money for your injuries. If the driver of your vehicle is at fault, you can file against their policy, and if another driver was responsible, you can file on theirs. Additionally, there may be multiple supplemental coverages on your drivers or your own policy that I can help you recover.

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