UPDATE — The driver of a truck that crashed into a house in Flint on Tuesday may have suffered a medical episode, according to DPS.

Sgt. Adam Albritton said that the driver submitted a blood sample to confirm a medical episode, but results are pending at this time.


FLINT, Texas (KETK) – Six people are injured after a truck crashed into a Flint home on Walnut Hill and Oak Trail Drive after a two-vehicle collision, according to officials.

Officials said among the injured was a 7-month-old infant who was life-flighted to a Shreveport hospital. The mother and a 10-year-old child were also in the house and transported to a Tyler hospital for their injuries.

Three other injuries were reported from a truck and SUV involved in the crash.

The call came in around 7 a.m. when fire officials were dispatched to the scene. When they arrived, officials with the Flint-Gresham Fire Department said a truck was inside of the house with an SUV attached to it.

The roadway has since been reopened. The Smith County Sheriff’s Office, Bullard Fire and Flint-Gresham Volunteer Fire departments all responded to the scene.


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