The removal of a Confederate statue is delayed in Dallas, Texas.

FOX's Chris Foster reports:

A tractor-trailer ran into the crane sent to retrieve the Robert E. Lee statue in Dallas. The truck driver died, with the crane driver okay.

The city council voted last Wednesday to remove the statue, hopefully that day, but it weighs 12 to 14 tons. The first crane was too small, then there was a temporary restraining order that ended up dissolved.

And now this crane brought in from Houston is damaged, and the removal is delayed again.

Chris Foster, FOX News.