• July 01, 2022

Brenda Carlisle-Guinn Killed in Moselle, MS Truck Accident

Moselle , MS — June 30, 2022, 49-year-old Brenda Carlisle-Guinn was killed in a collision with a tractor-trailer on Moselle-Seminary Road in Jones County.

According to reports the incident happened around 6:00 a.m. along Moselle-Seminary Road at Stewart Drive. Preliminary investigation suggests that Carlisle-Guinn was driving a Nissan Altima east toward I-59 when she collided under unknown circumstances with a westbound tractor-trailer in a sharp curve near Southern Hens.

Carlisle-Guinn suffered fatal injuries in the crash. The truck diver was transported to an area hospital for treatment of reported minor injuries.

The investigation continues, but investigators note there was rainfall at the time of the crash and wet roads may have been a factor.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Brenda Carlisle-Guinn Accident in Moselle

There isn't a lot of clear information yet about how exactly this tragic crash happened or what caused it. Since so many details are still missing, I hope no one tries to fill in the blanks for themselves.

To learn more about the wreck police still need to look into many of its potential factors: Possible driver mistakes like distraction or speeding, problems with the vehicles themselves, road conditions and design, visibility, lighting and sightlines, inclement weather, other traffic in the area, and many other elements that could have influenced or even caused the crash.

Brenda Carlisle-Guinn Killed in Moselle, MS Truck Accident

Considering all the variables is an important part of any investigation. That's why as more dots are connected, making assumptions about the picture they'll form isn't a good idea. I've seen too many folks rush to judgment after reading a few sentences in the news only to completely change their minds after more information came to light. The same could happen here, though a "by the book" police investigation may not fully explain things either.

After a major accident--particularly one involving a commercial truck--I generally suggest an independent investigation to better ensure the whole truth is found. Whatever is learned, those affected deserve to know that every effort was made to bring them all the available answers. Any other actions beyond simply learning the truth would depend on what that turns out to be.

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