SAGINAW, TX (01/28/2018) — 43-year-old Bobby Bibles was killed Sunday morning after a vehicle lost control, left the roadway, and struck his vehicle stopped at an ATM in the Shops of Saginaw shopping center.
According to reports, 25-year-old William Harrell was traveling north on Saginaw Blvd. when he lost control of his white Ford F-250 pickup truck. The truck veered across the southbound lanes of traffic before leaving the roadway and striking a gray Chrysler 300 which was parked at the standalone Bank of America ATM located in the parking lot of 1029 N. Saginaw Boulevard.
The operator of the Chrysler 300, 43-year-old Bobby Bibles (of Saginaw), likely never saw the accident coming.
The collision destroyed the ATM and damaged two additional (unoccupied) vehicles in the parking lot. Tragically, Bibles was ejected on impact and pronounced deceased at the scene. Harrell was taken to John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, but unfortunately succumbed to his injuries as well.
According to Capt. Russell Ragsdale, police have not yet determined what caused the pickup truck to leave the roadway. “Detectives are awaiting toxicology results and the accident is still under investigation at this time,” said Ragsdale. Our hearts go out to those affected by this unfortunate event, and we will provide updates to this story as more information is released.