Massive Pile-Up on Texas Interstate

Investigators looking into causes of Thanksgiving Day crash triggered by dense fog.
1:23 | 11/23/12

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It was last night here we showed you those dramatic pictures how the weather the -- create -- holiday nightmare on a Texas highway. These images taken moments after those hundred cars collided on that highway two people were killed more than a hundred were injured. Tonight here ABC's why no -- in taxes -- -- -- forties are now saying that this was more than fog it was a deadly combination of speed -- -- disappearing highway. He took investigators more than 24 hours to untangle the mess of metal left on this Texas highway. Police estimate drivers were going between sixty and eighty miles an hour wind fog reduced visibility to almost nothing. Experts advise drivers caught in blinding fog to slow down. And rolled on the window you might hear in nearby car even when you can't see it happen. -- we told you about this five year old boy who was injured when a big rig rear ended his mom's SUV. Before Damian Ortiz went to the hospital he and his mother used the Turkey they were traveling with. To make sandwiches for the others injured the little boy was determined to salvage the holiday even though he just lost his puppy -- The dog was thrown from the car in the collision. Late last night this tow truck driver on tangling all those cars spotted -- and tonight. Little Damien is good Thanksgiving -- was paid back Ryan Owens ABC news Dallas.

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