• July 05, 2022

Cydni Morris Dies in Single-Vehicle Crash on I-20 in Arlington, TX

UPDATE (July 14, 2022): Sources have identified the victim of this accident as Cydni Morris.

Arlington, TX — July 1, 2022, an 18-year-old woman died in a late-night single-vehicle accident on Interstate 20 in Arlington.

According to reports the incident happened just after 11:30 p.m. on the 2400 block of I-20 near the TX-360 exit ramp. Preliminary investigation suggests the victim was driving a Land Rover on the interstate when she started to exit toward Highway 360. She reportedly lost control for unknown reasons and the SUV exited the road, then crashed into a concrete pillar. Responders found the vehicle on fire on the grassy shoulder.

The driver and sole occupant of the Land Rover was pronounced dead at the scene.

No further information is currently available.

Commentary on Cydni Morris Accident on I-20 in Arlington

Some folks may read the few details of this accident and decide for themselves without further evidence what happened. After many late-night single-vehicle wrecks they're often ready to blame common issues like speeding, sleepy driving, or distraction from a cell phone.

It's true that those issues along with impairment make up some of the most common reasons a driver might crash in the way the Arlington wreck was described, but it's important not to take any of them for granted. There are many less-common but still important issues to consider like vehicular failures, tire blowouts, hazardous road or weather conditions, or even other drivers involved in the crash that left the area without stopping or rendering aid.

Until all the facts are obtained by thorough investigation, it's important to be patient and not jump to conclusions. At the very least, the victim's loved ones deserve to know all care was taken to learn the truth. Any steps beyond ensuring they get it would depend on what that truth turns out to be.

Cydni Morris Dies in Single-Vehicle Crash on I-20 in Arlington, TX
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