• July 05, 2022

Kayla Parris Killed in Car Accident in Texarkana, TX

Texarkana, TX -- July 1, 2022, Kayla Parris was killed due to an accident where a car overturned along the highway.

Investigators said that the crash took place at around 2:30 p.m. in the area of Highway 59 and Highway 2148.

According to reports, 27-year-old Kayla Parris was in a Ford Expedition reportedly driven by 36-year-old Zamanthyre Haire. Somehow, the vehicle lost control and crashed on the median, causing the vehicle to overturn.

Due to the crash, Parris sustained fatal injuries. It's unclear if Haire was injured. Right now, a cause for the crash is unavailable.

Commentary on Kayla Parris Car Accident in Texarkana

A challenge with single-vehicle wrecks, among several, is people who will simply jump to conclusions. They tend to assume the driver must have done something wrong. Is that common? Sure, considering things like cell phone usage, speeding, and alcohol. But it would be irresponsible to jump to conclusions without actually considering other possible factors.

Kayla Parris Killed in Car Accident in Texarkana, TX

Something like a mechanical defect, for example, isn't all that common. But has that caused deadly wrecks in the past? Absolutely, which is why thorough independent investigations are often the prudent way to handle deadly wrecks like this. If authorities aren't giving this incident the attention it deserves, then steps need to be taken to ensure the victims and families involved at least get the answers they deserve.


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