• May 25, 2022

Pedro Esparza Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident on CR 140A in Navarro County, TX

UPDATE (June 14, 2022): Sources identified the man injured in the crash as Pedro Esparza. No further information about the crash is available at this time.

Navarro County, TX -- May 13, 2022, a Kerens man was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along County Road 140A.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 11:20 p.m. in the area of CR 140A and CR 2160.

According to officials, a 52-year-old Kerens man was in a Nissan Xterra traveling southbound along CR 0140A. The vehicle appeared to run off the right side of the road where it crashed into a line of trees.

The Kerens man sustained incapacitating injuries in the crash. Police have not confirmed the exact cause of the crash.

Commentary on Pedro Esparza Single-Vehicle Accident in Navarro County

Pedro Esparza Single-Vehicle Accident Navarro County, TX

This late at night, it's not surprising when police look into things like fatigue, alcohol, and speed. Those are certainly common, and I wouldn't suggest ignoring them. That's especially true when someone crashes because a local bar illegally over-served them, since that bar can be liable. But what about less common factors? Mechanical issues, medical emergencies, tire defects, road hazards--even if something seems unlikely, it still warrants consideration. Otherwise, important details can slip through the cracks. Did authorities give this incident the attention it deserves, or will getting the full story mean conducting more thorough independent investigations?

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