HOUSTON, Texas — A truck driver found his rig at the bottom of a hole on a construction site in Houston after they said they had to decide between hitting a car or going through a construction zone.
KTRK reported Tuesday, July 5, that the driver of a waste management truck contacted police about the big rig, which was in a hole that is part of waste management’s flood control system.
The semi-truck in the hole was not part of the construction crew.
The hole the truck fell into is part of the waste management flood control system, but the truck was not part of the construction team, police said. https://t.co/k6sf4HPJPJ
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The driver of the big rig said they had a choice between hitting a car in or going through the construction zone. The driver chose to go through the construction site. As they drove into the construction site, the semi-truck nosedived into a hole that was 20-30 feet deep.
KTRK reported that the hole is part of waste management flood control.
The truck driver was taken to a hospital with unknown injuries and his condition is unknown as of the time of this reporting.
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