Irregularities and mechanical problems have long plagued the large fleet of utility trucks operated by Dallas-based Texas Industries. Lawyers claim that this spotty maintenance may have played a role in the April 11, 2008 crash that killed a Dallas realtor and severely injured her 5-year-old daughter. A cement truck driven by Edward Magallon swerved out of control and skidded for more than 140 feet before flipping and landing on an SUV driven by 41-year-old Maria Gomez. The recently-filed lawsuit also claims that Magallon has a long history of traffic, speeding, and DUI convictions.
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