• April 25, 2022

Michael Harvey, Kobe Charles Injured in Car Accident in Liberty County, TX

UPDATE (May 11, 2022): Additional sources identified the injured passenger as Michael Harvey. Additional details about the crash remain unclear. Further investigations are likely necessary.

Liberty County, TX -- April 3, 2022, Kobe Charles and one person were injured as the result of an accident where their vehicle crashed along the roadway.

Investigators said that the crash took place at around 3:35 a.m. along East Main Street in the area of FM 160.

According to officials, 22-year-old Kobe Charles was driving a Subaru Legacy westbound along Main Street. Possibly due to fatigue, the vehicle ran off the side of the road, crashing off the side of the road.

Due to the collision, reports say Charles had non-incapacitating while they say a passenger in the vehicle had incapacitating injuries. Right now, the cause of the crash is still under investigation.

Commentary on Michael Harvey, Kobe Charles Car Accident in Liberty County

Michael Harvey, Kobe Charles Car Accident Liberty County, TX

Something to keep in mind about these early reports is that they aren't always the full story folks may take them to be. Authorities tend to include all kinds of factors, like fatigue, alcohol, distracted driving, speeding, etc. But sometimes those details are suspected but unconfirmed, other times they're just considered because they're common factors, and sometimes the police are just jumping to conclusions with no evidence. That's why a prudent investigators knows investigating those possibilities is just as important as looking into other possibilities, like manufacturing defects, tire failure, or roadway hazards. Right now, it's best to take these reports with a grain of salt until it can be made certain investigators have all the facts. Only then can the proper steps be taken to get the victims involved whatever help they can get.

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