New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
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The cab of this truck took a beating when it crashed into a ditch Friday morning
Stiff photo by Cmdy Richardton
IH 35 accident
Traffic rerouted after truck crashes into ditch Friday
By DEBBIE DelOACH Staff writer
As of presstime Friday, a tractor-trailer rig loaded with nuts and bolts still blocked the northbound lane of Interstate 35, one-tenth of a mile north of the Conrads tane overpass.
Its driver, Juan Villanueva, was admitted to McKenna Memorial Hospital for observation. A
hospital spokeswoman listed his condition as satisfactory.
Department of Public Safety trooper Ron McCoy said the rig went off the road into a concrete ditch about 6 a.m. It came back onto the roadway in an upright position, half on the road and half on the shoulder. Even though only one lane of traffic was actually blocked by the rig, a DPS spokeswoman
said traffic was being directed to exit at the accident scene as a "safety precaution.”
A New Braunfels Fire Department spokesperson said the rig, which belonged to the Stone Company in San Antonio, was loaded with "nuts and bolts.” He also speculated the roadway might be blocked “at least until lunch. I think they might want to unload the nuts and bolts before they try and move the rig.”
Highs today and Saturday will be in the mid 90s, with a low tonight in the mid 70s. This morning's low
was 77, and yesterday’s high was 95.
Canyon (.ake stood at 905.48 this morning, compared to yesterday's level of 905.51.
Torrential rains, tornadoes and winds up to 92 mph whipped through the nation's heartland and into the Northeast, flipping tethered airplanes, ripping off roofs, cutting power and injuring at least 38 people, with more serious storms gathering today.
Hardest hit was eastern Pennsylvania, where thousands of homes remained without electricity after a tornado and an angry line of thunderstorms marched across the Lehigh Valley Thursday.
In New York City, a fierce rush-hour storm dumped 2 inches of rain ii* four hours Thursday afternoon, stranding thousands of commuters in the drenched subway system and temporarily interrupting an opera performance when water came through the theater ceiling.
In West Chester, Pa., a state of emergency remained in effect today after winds peeled roofs off buildings, littered the streets with debris and damaged a dozen homes. Nineteen people were injured, one seriously, when winds shattered the windows of a supermarket.
Four people were hurt when the windows blew out of a Bethlehem grocery and a teen-ager was in critical condition today after a power line fell on the tree in which he was sitting. Another man was injured when winds toppled his trailer home, trapping hun inside
In Allentown, Pa., where a tornado hit Thursday afternoon, winds up to 92 mph were reported before recording instruments were blown away, a National Weather Service spokesman said.
High winds at the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton Airport tossed planes and damaged or destroyed 13 hangars and 20 aircraft. Damage estimates ranged
up to 64 million.
About 250,000 in Lehigh, Northampton and Chester counties were temporarily blacked out, officials said.
At the Beacon Theater in Manhattan, the Boston Lyric Opera’s production of “Siegfried” was interrupted when the audience members shouted that water was cascading through the ceiling. Those seated in the balcony — some of whom scrambled to retrieve socks and over garments they had hung over seats and railings to dry — came down to the orchestra or loge level, and the conductor started the overture again as the storm abated.
In Kentucky, a babysitter and the five children in her care received minor injuries when a small tornado overturned a mobile home Thursday afternoon near Bowling Green. Power outages were reported across southeastern Kentucky.
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THE LAZY EYE
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RUSHING FOR CITY COUNCIL
Betty Lou Rushing Will Work To:
RE-DEDICATE our community’s efforts toward preservation and restoration of our quality of life.
RESTORE confidence in local government by effective leadership. Return openness to City Council for
BETTER government in New Braunfels
PLACE NEW BRAUNFEL’S CITIZENS FIRST!!!
District 2, VOTE August 13, 1983
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