• April 07, 2021

James Deon Williams Injured in METRO Bus Accident in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- March 19, 2021, James Deon Williams was injured after an accident where a vehicle and a METRO bus collided.

Authorities reported that the crash happened at around 4:32 p.m. in the area of Scott Street and Sunbeam Street.

In their reports, officials said that 27-year-old James Deon Williams was behind the wheel of a Lexus traveling northbound on Scott Street. Police said that Williams failed to control speed "after making an evasive maneuver". Doing so, Williams's vehicle collided into a METRO bus.

Williams sustained injuries said to be incapacitating. No other injuries were reported. Authorities cited Williams for driving on a suspended license.

Commentary on James Deon Williams METRO Bus Accident in Houston

James Deon Williams METRO Bus Accident Houston TX

Police seem to have a clear picture of what happened, but their account seems to lack a few key details. The reports say the car hit the bus after making an evasive maneuver, but they didn't clarify what that evasive maneuver was for. Are officials saying Williams tried to avoid the bus but failed? Or, are they saying Williams hit the bus trying to avoid something else? Was there another vehicle involved here? Was there debris in the road? Sometimes these unclear reports are just poor communication on an officer's part, but sometimes it's a sign the authorities don't really know the full story. It could be that more thorough investigations would show there's more to this situation than initial reports would suggest.


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