• June 10, 2022

Argis Brailey, 3 Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Chambers County, TX

Chambers County, TX -- May 21, 2022, Argis Brailey and three others were injured due to an accident where a car crashed with a semi-trailer.

Authorities reported that the crash took place along westbound lanes of I-10 near mile marker 818 at around 7:34 a.m.

Officials said that 70-year-old Argis Brailey was driving a Dodge Challenger along the interstate. That vehicle somehow lost control as it changed to the inside lane. The car then swerved to the right, crashing beneath the trailer of an 18-wheeler.

Due to the crash, Brailey reportedly had incapacitating injuries. Three minors in the car may have been injured, reports say. Right now, the cause of the crash remains unconfirmed.

Commentary on Argis Brailey 18-wheeler Accident Chambers County

Argis Brailey, 3 Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Chambers County, TX

These reports really don't say all that much. One witness said the victim may have been speeding, and that's certainly worth considering, but what about other possibilities? Was there debris in the road? Did a tire blowout? Did a mechanical defect cause the car to lose control? Did the driver experience a medical emergency? Even if something seems unlikely, getting people the help they need means letting the evidence speak for itself. It's important to make sure the crash is in the hands of professionals who can actually get that evidence without letting important details slip through the cracks.

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