• June 03, 2022

Quinlan Teenager Injured in Car Accident on Highway 66 in Royse City, TX

Royse City, TX -- May 15, 2022, a Quinlan Teenager was injured after an accident where a vehicle crashed off Highway 66.

According to officials, the incident took place at around 3:39 p.m. along Highway 66 near FM 1138. In their reports, officials said that a 16-year-old Quinlan boy was in a Dodge Challenger traveling westbound on the highway. The vehicle reportedly lost control and ran off-road where it crashed into a culvert.

The teenage driver reportedly had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Police say they're looking into speed and alcohol, but not specific details are available at this time.

Commentary on Quinlan Teen Car Accident on Highway 66 in Royse City

It may be alarming to folks to see the possibility of a drunk 16-year-old crashing their car, but I'd caution those folks that police often bring up things like speed and alcohol just because they're common. I can't begin to count the times I looked into similar reports, and police were just speculating. Evidence could show there were other factors entirely that led to the crash.

Quinlan Teenager Injured in Car Accident on Highway 66 in Royse City, TX

Now, I wouldn't suggest ignoring those possibilities, of course. With alcohol, for example, there would need to be thorough investigations into who gave a kid alcohol--especially if it was a business. Ultimately, the takeaway here should simply be not to jump to conclusions and to instead ensure as much evidence comes to light as possible so the facts can tell the whole story.


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