The gusty wind gave truck drivers a tough time Monday. Many said they had to be extra cautious behind the wheel as they made their way to their destinations. Raven Rodriguez was on his way to La Porte, near Houston. He said he knows the wintry weather will play a big role in how he gets from point a to point b. “Expect the unexpected with these trucks," said Rodriguez. He adds with the wind, ice and all of the other cars around them there is a lot to consider.
A Duncan girl's death is under investigation after a dog attack inside a home. Duncan Police Lt. John Byers said it happened around 3 p.m. on Sunday. Officers responded to a dog bite call at a home around F Street. The girl was taken to the hospital but died there from her injuries. The girl's identity has not been released. When officers got to the scene, the medium-sized mix-breed dog ran off. When the dog was later found, Byers said the dog started toward the officer, and the dog was shot.
Car crash in WF sends 2 children to the hospital
2018-01-10T04:57:47Z2018-01-10T04:57:47ZBy Danielle Malagarie, Reporter, Weekend Anchor
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -
Wichita Falls Police say two children were taken to the hospital following a car crash Tuesday night.Officers say it happened on Lincoln Road and Scott Avenue when the driver of a sedan stopped at a flashing red light but failed to yield to traffic. The kids were taken to United Regional to be checked out.
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