Good Samaritans stopped their vehicles and got out in the rain to help driver, 47 year old Iheke Abah Kalu, of Fort Worth from his turned over 18 wheeler.
18 Wheeler Turns Over, Good Samaritans Act, LIVINGSTON, December 10, 2019 - At approximately 8:10 am on December 10, 2019, an 18 wheeler, driven by Iheke Abah Kalu, 47, of Fort Worth, was south-bound on US-59 about three miles north of Livingston. Kalu failed to maintain his lane when his rig left the median to the left. Kalu drover through the muddy median for nearly a football field. When he attempted to pull out, his rig turned over. Kalu was trapped. Passers by saw his situation and stopped, climbed up on his rig and pulled him up and out to safety. Allegiance Ambulance Service was dispatched to the scene along with Troopers Nick Hatton, Chris Cain and Corporal Ramey Bass with the Texas Highway Patrol. Fortunately, Kalu wasn't injured. He was cited for failure to maintain a single lane of traffic. His vehicle is being recovered by All Star Wrecker Service.
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Kalu was south-bound on US-59 a few miles north of Livingston when his rig left the pavement to the left. When Kalu tried to pull back onto the road, his 18 wheeler turned over.
Safely pulled out, Kalu gathers himself sitting atop his turned over rig.
State Troopers Nick Hatton, Chris Cain and Corporal Ramey Bass listen to Kalu's explaination of what happened.
Tire marks in the soggy grass lead to the wreckage.
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