• April 13, 2022

Candies Rayneal Walker Killed in Car Accident in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- April 10, 2022, Candies Rayneal Walker was killed due to an accident where a vehicle overturned along the roadway.

Authorities reported that the incident took place at around early Sunday near the intersection of McPherson Road and Rendon Road.

Right now, the exact cause of the crash is unclear. 35-year-old Candies Rayneal Walker was reportedly a passenger in a vehicle traveling along McPherson. The vehicle somehow lost control going around a curve, causing the vehicle to overturn.

Due to the crash, officials say Walker was pronounced deceased. It's unclear if the driver of the vehicle had injuries. Police currently say only that they do not suspect intoxication is a factor. Investigations continue.

Commentary on Candies Rayneal Walker Car Accident in Fort Worth

Candies Rayneal Walker Car Accident Fort Worth, TX

It's at least somewhat encouraging to see authorities say intoxication wasn't a factor here. That still warrants investigations, but it gets old seeing people always assume that drivers were drunk after single-vehicle wrecks. While things like intoxication, distraction, and speeding are all common, getting people the help they need and the answers they deserve means considering even unlikely factors. How many people lost their lives over the years due to manufacturing defects, for example, without any way to avoid the crash only for people to immediately blame them? Making sure experienced investigators look into things is the least that can be done for a family no doubt going through unimaginable hardship.


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