• June 03, 2022

Kris Doyle Killed in Traffic Accident on FM 2324 in Rains County, TX

Rains County, TX — June 1, 2022, 62-year-old Kris Doyle was killed in a two-vehicle accident on FM 2324 in Rains County.

According to reports the incident happened around 12:41 p.m. along FM 2324, roughly 4 miles southwest of Emory. Preliminary investigation suggests Doyle was driving a Kia Spectra east on the roadway followed at some distance by a Nissan Frontier driven by 31-year-old Maria Colunga.

Reports say Doyle slowed to turn into a private drive and Colunga failed to control her speed, crashing into the back of the Kia.

Doyle was pronounced dead at the scene. Colunga was unhurt. Her two passengers, ages 11 and 4, were taken to an area hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Kris Doyle Accident on FM 2324 in Rains County

People may read the published details of this crash and say that the rear driver simply made a mistake by failing to slow or following too closely. That may really be all that's involved here but it's important to investigate carefully and be sure. If the roads were wet or hazardous or the Nissan's brakes failed at the worst possible time, that might change the context of the accident and what could happen next.

Kris Doyle Killed in Traffic Accident on FM 2324 in Rains County, TX

I don't have specific information that makes me doubt reports as they currently stand, but I've been doing this long enough to know they're not always the gospel truth of what happened. Learning the objective facts of the matter through careful investigation ensures all the people affected by the crash get the same story, and as complete of one as it's possible to deliver. If there's anything else to do after finding the truth for them, knowing that will depend on what that truth turns out to be.

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