21 year old Donnyssia Kalynn Buggs, of New Braunfels, blew a tire and was struck by an 18 wheeler on 59 North in Goodrich.
Blown Tire Causes Car to Collide With 18 Wheeler, Driver Arrested, GOODRICH, August 20, 2015 - At approximately 5 pm on August 20, 2015, a white 2000 Chevy Impala, driven by Donnyssia Kalynn Buggs, 21, of New Braunfels, was north-bound on US-59 in the Goodrich. Buggs' car blew a tire that caused her to leave the pavement to the right, she over corrected to the left and slammed sideways into the trailer of a north-bound 18 wheeler. Buggs' vehicle left the pavement again to the right and came to rest in the grass. The driver of the 18 wheeler pulled over on the shoulder a short distance ahead. Buggs' car was completely totaled. Amazingly, Buggs nor her female passenger were injured. Corporal Mark Dubose and Deputy Cody Hardy (both with the Polk County Sheriff's Office) were dispatched to the scene along with Troopers Allen Stanton and Chad Seamans with the Texas Highway Patrol. Buggs was found to be in possession of three pipes for smoking dope. As it turns out, there was a warrant out for Buggs' arrest. Additionally, she was cited for no driver's license, no insurance, and drug paraphernalia. Her vehicle was recovered by Fawbush Body Shop and will be stored in Goodrich.
Trooper Chad Seamans speaks with Buggs (left) and her passenger.
Buggs struck this 18 wheeler, causing it to lose a tire and damaging an under storage compartment.
Buggs looks inside her wrecked Chevy Impala.
Trooper Chad Seamans found 3 pipes for smoking dope inside Buggs' vehicle.
Buggs received 3 citations and was arrested. She had a warrant out for her arrest (Trooper Chad Seamans pictured dealing with Buggs).
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