Completed Jobs by Euless Wrecker

Here are just a few of the jobs we've completed for our customers.

Customer Photo Solutions Provided
18 Wheeler Rollover
Euless, TX
November 27, 2018

There was an 18 Wheeler Crash in Euless with Euless Fire/EMS and Police on the scene of a major accident involving an 18 wheeler along northbound Highway 121 near Glade Road. The 18 wheeler cab overturned in the median between the highway and feeder road with major damage. This accident caused delays in the area. Thanks to Watson K. for the pictures.

Trinity Railway Express Train & 18-Wheeler
Hurst, TX
November 27, 2018

A Trinity Railway Express aka TRE Train hit an 18-Wheeler with an empty flatbed at the Precinct Line Road and Trinity Blvd. crossing. Euless B&B Wrecker was able to remove the truck from the track so that the TRE could continue daily transportation.

Drilling rig hits bridge
Fort Worth, TX
October 21, 2018

A drilling rig ran into the bridge on 820 and Hwy 10. However, Euless B&B Wrecker Service was able to quickly help remove the drilling rig from being stuck on the bridge and tow the equipment to a safe space.

Bobtail flatbed ran into the end of wall before catching fire.
Bedford, TX
October 10, 2018

We were able to tow the damaged Bobtail flatbed so that it was out of the way of traffic and we helped clear the road and clean up some of the damage. Thank you Chris M. for the pictures!!

Truck carrying a John Deer Excavator
North Richland Hills, TX
August 24, 2018

A truck carrying a John Deer 245 Excavator blew a tire and hit the wall in the express lane on Highway 820. We assisted In picking up the Excavator and pulled the broken trailer out from underneath it. The toll road was expected to be closed for at least 2 hours while using the wrecker, crane, and truck to load the heavy equipment, but we were able to help get the road opened back up within an hour and 15 minutes so there were no further delays. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured!!

North Texas Regional Perrin
Denison, TX

The plane was successfully lifted onto a large flatbed and transported to it's new location.

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