Monthly Archives: December 2014

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over: Holiday Edition

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is currently publicizing their 2014 Holiday Season Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. It’s no secret that the holiday season is usually a pretty dangerous time to be on the roads in Texas and across the U.S. In addition to everyday commuters, seasonal travelers are taking to… Read More

WF Man Killed in Semi Truck Wreck

On Sunday, a Wichita Falls man was killed after his pickup truck collided with a semi truck in Stephens County, Oklahoma. According to News Oklahoma, the incident happened sometime after 10:00 a.m. on State Highway 29, near Wrights Corner. For currently unknown reasons, 36-year-old Aaron Esquibel’s pickup truck collided with a semi truck. The commercial… Read More

Electrical Fire in Altus

On Thursday evening, an electrical fire displaced a family in Altus, Oklahoma. The incident happened on the 700 block of Judy Avenue. According to KSWO Channel Seven News, the tenant, Christie Harper, and her family were not home when the fire started. Harper was called, but arrived on the scene too late to do anything… Read More

Lawton Woman Run Over by Car

On Monday night, a woman in Lawton, Oklahoma was run over by a car. According to KSWO ABC News Channel Seven, the incident happened in the 2100 block of Northwest Bessie Avenue. Witness reports indicate that two people were having an argument, when the suspect, Tayrean Miller, tried to push the victim, Darnesha Fuller, into… Read More

Wichita Falls Oil Field Worker Injured

On Thursday afternoon, an oil field worker was injured at a worksite off of FM 367. According to KFDX News Channel Three, the incident happened at Mitchell Ranch, near Highway 25. Christopher Beck, the 19-year-old victim, was injured when something went wrong with one of the booms. He was airlifted to the hospital due to… Read More

Trailer and Barn Fire in Iowa Park

Earlier this week, a trailer and a barn burned down in the Iowa Park area. According to KFDX News Channel Three, the fire started sometime before midnight, in the 2400 block of FM 367. Deputies, first responders and firefighters with the local fire and police departments were swiftly on the scene, where the barn and… Read More