At least one driver is dead after a fiery crash involving two semi trucks in Texas early on Tuesday morning.
The accident happened in Garland, Texas just before 5 a.m. on November 1st near the President George Bush Turnpike.
According to Fox 4 News, one semi truck was pulled over onto the shoulder of westbound Interstate 30 when a second truck ran into it. The force of the wreck sent both trucks into the retaining wall and set one on fire.
The driver in the parked truck was treated and released. There were two people in the second truck, one was killed in the wreck and the other was transported to the hospital in unknown condition.
Firefighters had to use a water cannon to extinguish the intense flames. A hazmat team has been called to clean up the spilled fuel.
Westbound I-30 is expected to remain closed all morning for the police investigation and cleanup.