Monthly Archives: October 2015

OK Driver Asleep at the Wheel

Earlier this week, a driver near Duncan, Oklahoma fell asleep behind the wheel and caused a collision that injured at least six people. According to KFDX News Channel Three, the incident happened on Terry Road, just before 9:00 a.m. Initial reports indicate that 71-year-old William Fuller fell asleep behind the wheel and crashed head-on into… Read More

Biggest Threat to Teen Safety

Automobile Collisions are the leading cause of death for teens between the ages of 15 and 20 years old in the U.S., but less than a quarter of parents are aware of the dangers. A survey conducted by the National Safety Council found that 76 percent of parents are completely unaware of the biggest threat… Read More

North Texas Motorcycle Wreck Caught on Tape

On Saturday afternoon, a motorcycle crash involving an aggressive driver was caught on tape in North Texas. According to KFDX News Channel Three, the incident happened about five miles north of Granbury on a country road. The motorcycle was getting ready to pass a car that slowed down to 40 miles per hour in a… Read More

WF Teen’s Idea to Prevent Drunk Driving

A teen scientist from Wichita Falls is one of 10 finalists in the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge for his drunk-driving prevention invention. According to the Business Insider, 13-year-old Krishna Reddy of Wichita Falls has invented a device that can tell when a driver has consumed alcohol or used other drugs based on how… Read More

Fatal Semi Truck Crash in Gould, OK

On Wednesday, a woman was killed in a crash involving a semi truck in Gould, Oklahoma. According to KSWO ABC News Channel Seven, the crash happened on U.S. Highway 62 at about noon. The crash, which happened about 25 miles west of Altus, took the life of 62-year-old Mary Springs, of Eldorado, and injured a… Read More

Preparing Your Car For Winter

With fall weather in full swing and cooler temperatures around the corner, now is a great time to start preparing your car for winter. If you’ve spent any time in Texoma at all, you know that we could face just about any kind of winter weather, from freezing rain to blizzard like conditions. Ensuring your… Read More