The rear right wheels of the rock hauler were laying on the car's windshield (which was caved in) and part of the hood. The entire cabin was crushed. The EMTs and Dallas Fire-Rescue were trying to extract the driver. The truck was also hanging over the HOV barrier.
I assumed everyone inside the car was dead. Be glad you didn't see it up close. Notice that the truck trailer wasn't covered, which is required.
I bet you the truck was speeding. Reports say the truck just switched lanes and dragged the car for about 50 feet. That makes perfect sense.
On I-35 and US-67 (Marvin D Love), you are risking your life every time you drive. These rock haulers and concrete trucks are always speeding to get to and from the concrete companies in Ellis County. They usually switch lanes and slide the trailer in front of you. If you don't get crushed like these poor teenagers today you better be ready to duck the debris that comes off the back of these uncovered trucks.
If the Sheriffs and Constables want to do something significant on the highways, they should go after these trucks. There should be a crackdown squad just like in Houston, where the laws against trucks are actually enforced. What disgusted me as much as the accident were the people running out of there houses to look at it. What do you want to see, someone dead? I have; you're not missing anything.
It can all be taken away from you in an instant.