• June 27, 2022

Leroy Johnson Killed in Car Accident on Riley Fuzzel in Montgomery County, TX

UPDATE (July 13, 2022): Authorities identified the man killed in the crash as Leroy Johnson. Additional details about the accident are unavailable at this time.

Montgomery County, TX -- June 25, 2022, at least one person was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along Riley Fuzzel.

Preliminary reports from authorities said the calls came around 4:00 a.m. for a fiery crash off Riley Fuzzel and Colorado River Drive, just off Grand Parkway. The details surrounding the crash are unclear at this time. A vehicle somehow crashed and caught fire along the roadway, trapping one person. Reports confirm at least one person died in the crash. It's unclear if anyone else was involved. Investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on Leroy Johnson Car Accident in Montgomery County

Leroy Johnson Killed in Car Accident in Montgomery County, TX

While there isn't much information about what happened here, some folks may feel content to jump to conclusions. After all, a crash early in the morning is usually the result of things like fatigue or intoxication. Those are worth looking into, especially considering the possibility some local alcohol provider broke the law and over-served the victim and is liable for their role in the crash. But what about less common factors? Mechanical issues, tire defects, road hazards, other drivers that left the scene, a medical emergency--even if something seems unlikely, a grieving family deserves to know they're getting the full story. Are those steps being taken here?


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