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Roads Open After Horrific Accident

All of the roads once blocked off Friday due to a horrific semi-truck accident in Wichita Falls are back open. The accident happened around 4 p.m. Friday.

Newschannel 6 has learned the driver of a semi-truck involved in the accident is in stable condition. Police said Jaime Antonio Tolosso, 56, is in stable condition at United Regional with only minor back injuries and a few cuts from glass.

Police at the scene tell us the driver was attempting to switch lanes on the Lloyd Ruby Overpass when the trailer started to lean. They say Tolosso overcorrected and crashed. That's when the cab split from the trailer and fell to the ground below. 

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