POSTED: Friday, June 17, 2011 - 7:55am
UPDATED: Saturday, June 18, 2011 - 10:10am
TYLER — Officials with Smith County DPS say that alcohol was a factor in an accident that sent two people to the hospital Friday morning.
It happened just before 8:00 on Hwy. 110 near County Rd. 2234.
DPS officials say a truck was driving northbound on Hwy 110, when it was struck by a driver heading westbound on County Rd 2234 who failed to yeild.
The driver who failed to yeild right of way had been drinking.
One person was pinned in the accident, and both drivers were transported to local hospitals.
No word yet on what injuries were involved, or their conditions.
KETK Freelance Photojournalist, Nick Gibbons, captured these images on the scene:
Smith County DPS officials confirm there is a wreck involving a pin-in on Hwy 110 near County Rd. 2234 near Tyler.
There are reports of one person lying outside the vehicle, and another man unconcious in a truck with his leg pinned in.
Traffic is slowing in this area, as crews work to extricate the man from the truck.
KETK will provide more details as they become available.