• May 19, 2022

Toddler Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on County Road 328 in Smith County, TX

Smith County, TX -- May 1, 2022, a toddler was injured as the result of an accident where a vehicle crashed along County Road 328.

In their reports, officials said that the crash took place at around 11:00 p.m. along CR 328 near CR 327.

Authorities said that a 26-year-old Tyler woman was in a Cadillac CTS traveling westbound on CR-328. The vehicle reportedly lost control on a curve, causing the vehicle to run off-road and crash through a fence.

A 2-year-old in the vehicle reportedly had incapacitating injuries. Police said they are considering alcohol as a possible factor. The cause of the crash remains unconfirmed at this time.

Commentary on Single-Vehicle Accident on CR 328 in Smith County

It's concerning when authorities bring up alcohol, though folks should keep in mind that reports like this don't always tell the whole story. I've had plenty of folks come to me where authorities blamed them for a crash only for more thorough investigations from our teams to show they did nothing wrong or at least that there were more serious factors. On the other hand, when alcohol is a factor, I've also had plenty of situations where the driver's actions weren't the only ones worth confronting.

Smith County, TX Single-Vehicle Accident toddler County Road 328

A lot of crashes like this involved negligent alcohol providers illegally over-serving drivers, which can make them liable under Texas dram shop law. Could it be something like that happened here? Maybe, and maybe not. It's important professionals who can get all of the facts handle things so the evidence can speak for itself. That's almost always the most prudent path to getting people the help they need. Who would deserve that prudence if not a young child with serious injuries?


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