Soledad Gonzalez Obituary, Death – ANDREWS COUNTY, Texas (KMID/KPEJ) – (Andrews County, Texas) (Andrews County, Texas) Soledad Rodriguez Gonzalez, 87 years old, was identified as the victim of a hit-and-run accident that took place in Andrews County the previous week. Soledad Rodriguez Gonzalez was originally from Hobbs, New Mexico. This data was supplied by the Texas Department of Public Safety. [Texas Department of Public Safety] At the hospital, Gonzalez’s death was confirmed by medical staff. According to the report that was submitted by the DPS, the accident occurred on November 9 at approximately 12:32 p.m. local time.
Gonzalez was a passenger in a 2006 Ford Expedition that was traveling on State Highway 176 in the direction of westbound traffic when the incident occurred approximately 16 miles to the east of Andrews. In front of the Ford was a semi-truck that was pulling a trailer, and the Ford was following behind the semi-truck. According to the findings of the inquiry, the driver of the Ford tried to move around the semi-truck in an attempt to avoid the accident. The driver of the Ford then lost control of his car and skidded as the driver of the semi-truck tried to change lanes while drifting toward the Ford. This caused the driver of the Ford to lose control of his vehicle.
After that, the Ford rolled, and Gonzalez, who had not been wearing a seatbelt at the time of the collision, was ejected from the vehicle as a result of the impact. According to the authorities, the driver of the semi-truck did not stop and instead continued driving eastbound on State Highway 176 after the accident occurred. The state troopers are currently appealing to the general public for aid in locating the driver in question. According to officials from the Department of Public Safety, the semi-truck that was involved in the accident was transporting between four and five joints of enormous pipe at the time of the crash (DPS).
It has been stated that the semi-truck in question is a white cab truck tractor pulling a flatbed trailer. There is a possibility that the left side of the trailer was damaged, and there may be red paint transfer from the Expedition. Both of these possibilities are possible.