Two Hurt in Bryan Big Rig Collision on Highway 6

Bryan, Texas (April 16, 2019) – A collision involving a big rig and two other vehicles left two people hospitalized on Monday evening in Bryan, according to a report by the Bryan Police Department.

The wreck occurred in the southbound lanes of Highway 6 near Tabor Road.

Bryan police said a woman was driving a Toyota sedan on the highway when she tried to change lanes and clipped an 18-wheeler. A Ford F-150 was also involved in the collision.

The impact of the crash caused the sedan to flip and it came to a rest upside down.

The driver of the sedan and the big rig driver were both taken to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries. The third driver and his male passenger were not hurt.

No further details were released on the crash.

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