Fatal head-on collision in Plainview - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/18/09

Fatal head-on collision in Plainview

Source: Plainview Daily Herald Source: Plainview Daily Herald

PLAINVIEW, TX (KCBD) - A Minnesota woman has died from injuries sustained after her vehicle collided with a semi-truck on Thursday night.

44-year-old Michelle Mary Meyer of Owatonna, Minnesota, was taken to Covenant Hospital Plainview where she died at 8:02 p.m. Thursday night.

The accident happened near the on-ram on the east I-27 access road in front of Willson and Son Building Materials in Plainview.

Meyer was driving a 2009 Toyota Corolla south in the 1100 block of the east access road of North I-27 when she failed to yield to a 2007 Peterbilt semi-truck that was northbound and entering the on-ramp of the interstate at 7:13 p.m. The vehicles collided head-on.

The truck driver, 46-year-old Brian Scott Hartry of Boonville, Mo., was not injured in the wreck.

An investigation is ongoing.

Additional Source: Plainview Daily Herald

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