• April 25, 2022

Wesley Frye Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Callahan County, TX

Callahan County, TX -- March 26, 2022, Wesley Frye was injured following an accident where a vehicle crashed off the side of the road.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 6:12 p.m. along FM 3217/Clyde Lake Road. In their reports, officials said that 45-year-old Wesley Frye was the driver of a Chevy Silverado westbound on FM 3217. The vehicle somehow lost control, causing it to crash off the side of the road.

Due to the accident, reports say Frye had incapacitating injuries. Authorities said they're considering the possibility of alcohol, but it's unclear what other factors may have played a role in the crash.

Commentary on Wesley Frye Single-Vehicle Accident in Callahan County

Dillon Smith Car Accident Williamson County, TX

It raises red flags anytime authorities bring up alcohol, but folks should take early reports like this with a grain of salt. Even if alcohol was a factor here, it could be that some local business illegally over-served the victim and can be liable under dram shop law. Is that something authorities have looked into? Beyond that, have they looked into other possible factors? Were there mechanical issues? A tire blowout? Road hazards? Other reckless drivers? Too often, folks come to me with reports that completely overlook important details simply because authorities were too busy trying to blame the driver. That's why more thorough independent investigations are often necessary, and the same could prove true here.

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