• June 11, 2021

William Lance Little Injured in Car Accident in Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX -- April 15, 2021, William Lance Little was injured after an accident where where multiple cars crashed on the highway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 4:55 a.m. along I-45 near Shepard Hill Road.

In their reports, authorities said that 61-year-old William Lance Little was in a Jeep traveling northbound on I-45. A vehicle was approaching from behind when the driver, allegedly due to fatigue, didn't slow down in time. The approaching vehicle hit Little's car, causing it to hit a truck then a guardrail.

As a result of the crash, Little had non-incapacitating injuries. No other injuries were reported. Police cited the driver that hit Waters for failure to control speed.

Commentary on William Lance Little Car Accident Montgomery County

William Lance Little Car Accident Montgomery County, TX

Folks tend to look at crashes like this and just assume there's really nothing else to talk about. Police have all the facts, right? That's probably true, but it's still worth being thorough. There was this one crash I was discussing with a colleague, for example. A woman was texting and driving, she crashed, and she had serious injuries. When the investigators really dug into the details, however, it turned out the crash itself was not that serious. She would have been find except that her airbag was defective, causing even more serious injuries. That situation ended up being vastly more complex than the initial police reports suggested. I sincerely hope nothing that serious happened here, but it's important to take initial reports with a grain of salt until more facts come to light.

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