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A weak cold front will move through our area tonight with temperatures a little cooler for Thanksgiving.  A warming trend will begin this weekend with a slight chance of light showers Sunday.

 

 

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Three local traffic accidents on Sunday

KFDM News - Emergency workers were at the scene of three wrecks on Sunday.

In Jefferson County, a one car rollover leaves a car upside down and sends a woman and five children to the hospital.

Officials on the scene tell KFDM News the 32-year-old mother of three of the children in the car was traveling at an unsafe speed for the road conditions when she lost control of the vehicle and the car flipped.

The ages of the children were 4 to 13, all six occupants of the car were taken to Memorial Hermann Baptist Hospital in Beaumont with non-life-threatening injuries.

In Hardin County, an amazing story of survival after a truck rollover there tonight.

Authorities say the driver of the truck lost control of the vehicle on State Highway 326.

The truck flipped five times ejecting the driver into the ditch. The cab of the truck was crushed. 

Officials say the  20-year old man is lucky to be alive.  He was taken to Christus Hospital St. Elizabeth with relatively minor injuries.

And another wreck in Hardin County on Highway 69 south near Keith Road after one of the cars hydroplaned. Both cars ended up on the feeder road. No injuries were reported in that accident.

 

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