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18-wheeler crushes car; Nacogdoches woman suffers minor injuries

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NACOGDOCHES COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

A Nacogdoches woman survived an 18-wheeler crushing her car, escaping with minor injuries, in a two-vehicle accident Friday morning on the intersection of State Highway 204 and US 259.

According to the DPS report, Patsy Bradshaw was coming off State Highway 204 in a 2004 Lincoln when she yielded to merging traffic around 10:30 a.m. Jeremy Allen, of Wells, driving an 18-wheeler, failed to control his speed and rolled onto the Lincoln, crushing the back half of it.

Both Bradshaw and Allen were treated for minor injuries at a Nacogdoches hospital.

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