• May 24, 2022

Toddler Killed in Car Accident on Browning Drive in North Richland Hills, TX

North Richland Hills, TX -- May 23, 2022, a toddler sustained fatal injuries due to an accident where a vehicle hit the child along Browning Drive.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 5:00 p.m. near the intersection of Browning and Iron Horse Boulevard.

Right now, the exact circumstances surrounding the incident are unclear. Reports say that the child was "near his home" when a vehicle somehow hit them. EMS rushed the child to an area hospital, but the injuries ultimately proved fatal.

Additional details about the accident are unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Toddler Car Accident on Browning in North Richland Hills

Toddler Killed car Accident Browning iron horse North Richland Hills, TX

To call this incident tragic simply couldn't do it justice. Any parent out there shudders at the thought of something like this happening to their child. That's why it's even more important to ensure there are thorough investigations into how all of this could have been avoided. At a certain point, the safest driver in the world can't avoid hitting something or someone entering their path suddenly. But if evidence shows that an attentive driver could have seen and avoided the child, why didn't this driver do so? If nothing else, a grieving family deserves some answers. Are the proper steps being taken to get those answers?

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