• May 31, 2022

Toddler Injured in 4-Wheeler Accident near Fostoria in Montgomery County, TX

Montgomery County, TX -- May 28, 2022, a toddler sustained injuries after an accident involving a 4-wheeler near Fostoria Road.

The exact circumstances surrounding the accident remain unclear at this time. Authorities said that a 4-wheeler somehow rolled over a 3-year-old child at a location off Fostoria Road and Highway 105. The child was taken to a hospital with serious but reportedly stable injuries. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Toddler 4-wheeler Accident near Fostoria in Montgomery County

In a situation like this, folks need to keep in mind the kind of things authorities typically look into. This isn't just some car accident. While relatively straight-forward circumstances can lead to a situation like this, an unusual vehicle requires more thorough investigations to ensure nothing slips through the cracks. If authorities lack the training or equipment to do that, then it's up to independent investigations to pick up the slack. Whether or not that would reveal anything unusual leading to this accident remains to be seen, but any steps toward getting a young child the help they need are steps worth considering.

Toddler Injured in 4-Wheeler Accident near Fostoria in Montgomery County, TX

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