• July 21, 2021

Michell Mirshak, 1 Injured in School Bus Accident in Fort Bend County, TX

Fort Bend County, TX -- June 30, 2021, Michell Mirshak and another were injured due to an accident where multiple vehicles and a school bus crashed.

Authorities reported that the accident happened at around 6:46 a.m. along FM 723 at Huntington Lane.

In their reports, officials said that 35-yeear-old Michell Mirshak was in a Dodge Ram 1500 traveling northbound on FM 723. Ahead, an oncoming Nissan Altima driven by a 17-year-old reportedly failed to maintain its lane, causing it to crash with a school bus ahead of Mirshak. Mirshak's vehicle then hit the school bus.

Due to the collision, the 17-year-old had incapacitating injuries while Mirshak had reportedly possible injuries. Police did not release any additional details about the crash.

Commentary on Michell Mirshak School Bus Accident in Fort Bend County

Michell Mirshak, School Bus Accident Fort Bend County, TX

There's a lot going on here, but folks seeing a teenager's car crossing into oncoming traffic may be quick to jump to conclusions. The kid was probably on his phone, right? That's obviously possible, and it is true that teenagers are statistically more likely to be at fault for accidents like this. But jumping to conclusions isn't going to help anyone, least of all the victims who need help after the crash. Even if things like tire issues, mechanical defects, road hazards, and other situations are far less common, they still warrant attention. A proper investigation will simply look into all possible factors, bring the evidence to light, and let the facts speak for themselves. Are the authorities doing that here, or does there need to be more thorough investigations?


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