24-car pileup closes some part of interstate in Dallas Saturday, sending at least five people to hospitals.
At least Five people were rushed to the nearby hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries, the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office said.
All eastbound lanes of Interstate 30 at Ferguson Road were shut down after a 24-car collision that left vehicles scattered across two nearby stretches of highway on Saturday morning.
The multi-vehicle collision included 24 combined vehicles, officials with the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office (DSCO) reported.
Soon after noon, all lanes were made open to the public.
Investigators are still working on the case to find out the cause of the incident, the DCSO said in a media release. One of the reasons that DCSO explained might be slick roadways following overnight and early morning rains.
As the investigators are still working on the case, more info will be released soon, DCSO said.
The accident happened just after 8 a.m., near Ferguson Road.
Five people have been rushed to the local hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.