• July 18, 2022

Jason Bishop Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Wise County, TX

Wise County, TX -- July 16, 2022, Jason Bishop was killed due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along County Road 3385.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 10:00 p.m. outside Paradise in the 300 block of CR 3385.

Authorities said that 42-year-old Jason Bishop was in a vehicle traveling along the road when it somehow left the road and crashed through a fence.

Due to the crash, Bishop sustained injuries which ultimately proved fatal. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Jason Bishop Car Accident in Wise County

Late at night, a single-vehicle wreck raises some red flags. That's because this sort of thing is often the result of things like distraction, fatigue, and alcohol. Those are worth considering, of course. Alcohol is especially concerning since investigations often show a local alcohol provider is liable under dram shop law for illegally over-serving the victim. But a proper investigation must also consider less common factors. Mechanical defects, tire failures, road hazards, missing signage, poor lighting, a medical condition, some reckless driver that fled the scene, etc. Too often, families ask me to look into crashes where it turned out authorities completely overlooked important details just because they didn't seem likely. That's why I can't help wondering if the right steps are being taken to get answers here.

Jason Bishop Killed in Single-Vehicle Accident in Wise County, TX

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