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SEAT BELTS WORK—Bad as it looks, two Rockdale residents survived a nearly head-on collision with an 18-wheeler Thursday morning and escaped with only bumps, bruises and soreness. Trooper Ernest Del- Bosque said Sharon Crawford, 37, (being treated at lower right) was the driver of this 2007 Ford Focus which collided with the truck rig at 10:05 a.m. at the US 77-County Road 315 intersection. Both Crawford and passenger Denton Phillips, 24, being removed at upper left, were treated at Richards Memorial Hospital in Rockdale. Truck driver Juan Montes, 59, of Del Valle, was also treated at RMH. Rockdale volunteer firefighters and AMR paramedics also responded. Reporter/Mike Brown SEAT BELTS WORK—Bad as it looks, two Rockdale residents survived a nearly head-on collision with an 18-wheeler Thursday morning and escaped with only bumps, bruises and soreness. Trooper Ernest Del- Bosque said Sharon Crawford, 37, (being treated at lower right) was the driver of this 2007 Ford Focus which collided with the truck rig at 10:05 a.m. at the US 77-County Road 315 intersection. Both Crawford and passenger Denton Phillips, 24, being removed at upper left, were treated at Richards Memorial Hospital in Rockdale. Truck driver Juan Montes, 59, of Del Valle, was also treated at RMH. Rockdale volunteer firefighters and AMR paramedics also responded. Reporter/Mike Brown

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The burn ban for Milam County has been lifted. Burning is always prohibited in the county's municipalities.


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