• January 26, 2022

Benjamin Jordan Brown Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Garland, TX

Garland, TX -- November 15, 2021, Benjamin Jordan Brown was injured following an accident where an 18-wheeler hit Brown's vehicle.

Authorities reported that the crash happened at around 11:00 p.m. along I-30 in the area of Bass Pro Road.

Officials said that 43-year-old Benjamin Jordan Brown was driving a Mercedes-Benz traveling eastbound along the freeway. Police said that Brown made an unsafe lane change in front of an 18-wheeler in the right lane. That 18-wheeler then crashed into the back of Brown's vehicle.

Brown had incapacitating injuries, reports say. No other injuries were reported. Police say they believe Brown fell asleep, leading to the crash. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Benjamin Jordan Brown 18-wheeler Accident in Garland

Benjamin Jordan Brown 18-wheeler Accident Garland, TX

Just to be clear, I have absolutely no specific reason to doubt these reports. Perhaps this all was just the result of someone succumbing to fatigue. However, it's important to take reports like these with a grain of salt. They don't really say why authorities came to the conclusion they did. Did the victim admit to that explanation? Did their passenger? Were witnesses able to confirm this? Was the victim conscious and able to give their side of the story before being taken to the hospital? Was the collision with the 18-wheeler truly unavoidable, or could steps have been taken to avoid hitting the victim's vehicle? Were tests done to see if any medical conditions led to the crash? These are all just a few crucial questions to ask after a serious crash like this. Perhaps more thorough independent investigations would show there's more to this story than the initial reports would suggest.


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