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UPDATE: Man Injured in Pin-In Accident

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***UPDATE***

WICHITA FALLS, Texas_A man from Wichita Falls is in serious condition this afternoon after being pinned under his car.

It happened early Friday morning around one o'clock on Central Freeway in Wichita Falls. Police said 24-year-old Ishmael Trejo was heading north near the 6th street exit when his car rolled and came to a stop. Trejo was ejected and was pinned underneath it and that's where authorities found him.

Wichita Falls police still don't know why he crashed.

 

***ORIGINAL STORY***

WICHITA FALLS, Texas_A pin-in accident on Central Freeway in Wichita Falls sent one man to the hospital Friday Morning.

Wichita Falls Police Sgt. Harold McClure told the crew on scene the driver was heading northbound on Central Freeway near the 6th Street exit. He was found pinned under his vehicle around 1 a.m. The 24-year-old male was taken to United Regional with unknown injuries.

Police are still investigating the cause of the accident. You can count on 7News to keep you updated.

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