• May 23, 2022

Julian Sean Nakanishi Oldham Injured in Truck Accident in Robertson County, TX

Robertson County, TX -- April 21, 2022, Julian Sean Nakanishi Oldham was injured after an accident involving a commercial truck.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 9:10 p.m. along Highway 6 off Cooper Lane.

Officials said that 19-year-old Julian Sean Nakanishi Oldham was in a Chevy Corvette traveling northbound along the highway. Ahead, authorities said that a car and an 18-wheeler were blocking traffic lanes following a previous collision. It appeared that the tractor-trailer made a u-turn onto northbound lanes without its lights on, and the car crashed into it. While the drivers were talking, Oldham came upon the scene. Oldham reportedly swerved to avoid the car but then hit the trailer, reportedly still with its lights off.

Oldham sustained incapacitating injuries, reports say. No other injuries were reported. At this time, no further details are available.

Commentary on Julian Sean Nakanishi Oldham Truck Accident in Robertson County

To put this as lightly as I can, based on my experience with similar accidents, these reports are just absolutely infuriating, if they're accurate. I've known trucking companies that would fire truck drivers for making a u-turn simply due to how dangerous they can be. A truck driver making a dangerous maneuver after sundown without its lights on is just beyond the pale. How does a truck driver do something so irresponsible?

Julian Sean Nakanishi Oldham Truck Accident Robertson County, TX

Is this person not trained properly? Do they have a history of reckless behavior? Were there unusual mechanical issues due either to a manufacturing defect or poor maintenance? How much time passed between the two collisions? Did the truck driver not think to turn their lights on after the first car hit them? Did they make any attempt to put out flares or cones?

There are just so many concerning possible factors here. Any number of them could just about the most irresponsible behavior I can think of. Perhaps investigations will show this is all a big misunderstanding, and the truck driver actually had no control over these events. In my experience, however, ensuring there are thorough investigations is likely to show that some serious mistakes led to the crash, and further action can ensure those responsible answer for those mistakes.


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