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Both Lanes Re-Opened on I-20 Following Accident

Both lanes of I-20 at Ranger Hill have re-opened following a major accident Monday morning.
10:00 P.M. Update

A 24-year-old Cisco resident, Virginia Ann Hutto, died at the accident scene.


Hutto was driving a car that was hit by two other vehicles which jackknifed on the wet pavement.


They were slowing down to miss another accident that had previously happened.


Six trucks and vehicles were involved in the crash on the eastbound side.


4:21 p.m. Update


Both the westbound and the eastbound lanes on I-20 at Ranger Hill have now been re-opened following the multi-vehicle accident that happened earlier today.

2:30 p.m. Update

Crews are still working the scene of multiple accidents at Ranger Hill on I-20.

The truck that was emitting large amounts of smoke earlier Monday has been towed.

There is still no word on the number of injuries.

2:00 p.m. Update

DPS is warning that there are multiple crashes on I-20 at Ranger Hill.

Currently, both east and westbound lanes are closed.

Westbound traffic will use SH-16 North to US-180 West.

Eastbound traffic will use SH-6 South to DeLeon, then proceed north to SH-16.

Lanes could remain closed for several more hours.

We will update you with more information when it becomes available.

11:56 Update

Due to the accident, I-20 traffic is being diverted to Gorman and Desdemona, bypassing Ranger to the south.

Original Story


Reports have been coming in of a deadly wreck on Ranger Hill.

Emergency personnel were called to the scene of the accident on I-20 in Eastland County.

A Justice of the Peace was also called for. As you can see, traffic is backed up along I-20 at this time.

At this time, reports are suggesting multiple 18-wheelers were involved. However, we will continue to follow developments and will update this story as details emerge.
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