• May 11, 2022

Randy Hill Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Robinson, TX

Robinson, TX -- April 24, 2022, Randy Hill was injured due to an accident where a pickup crashed along the side of the freeway.

Authorities were called at around 2:00 a.m. to the area of the I-35 northbound service road ramp toward eastbound Loop 340.

According to initial reports, 49-year-old Randy Hill was in a Chevy pickup traveling northbound on the service road. While merging to the Loop 340 ramp, the pickup somehow lost control and went off-road. There, the pickup hit a sign, then a bridge pillar.

As a result of the collision, Hill was said to have incapacitating injuries. Further details are pending further investigations.

Commentary on Randy Hill Single-Vehicle Accident in Robinson

Randy Hill Single-Vehicle Accident Robinson, TX

With any single-vehicle wreck at 2:00 a.m., folks are likely to assume the driver was drunk on their way home from a bar. I certainly would not overlook that possibilities, especially since dram shop law says those bars can be liable if they over-served the driver and contributed to the crash. But that's just one possibility, common as it may be. Did authorities look into mechanical issues? Medical conditions? Road hazards? Tire defects? Other drivers that left the scene? These reports certainly don't shed light on alternative explanations, which is why getting clear answers here may require more thorough independent investigations.

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