• July 21, 2022

Edrick Peterson, 1 Injured in Car Accident in College Station, TX

College Station, TX -- July 20, 2022, Edrick Peterson and one other were injured due to an accident where a car crashed with a DPS vehicle.

Authorities reported that the crash took place Wednesday morning along Highway 6 near the intersection of Westward Ho. It appears that 31-year-old Edrick Peterson was in a Ford Focus on northbound lanes of the highway. Somehow, the vehicle crashed into a DPS vehicle that was along the shoulder assisting another motorist. Due to the crash, Peterson was taken to a hospital while a DOT employee had minor injuries. Reports say charges are pending at this time.

Commentary on Edrick Peterson Car Accident in College Station

There are obviously some concerning details surrounding these events, and I wouldn't suggest ignoring those possibilities. That's especially true given complex possible factors like dram shop law which could mean that a local alcohol provider is liable for the injuries here if they illegally over-served whoever caused it. With that said, it's just one possibility. If the allegations proved to be untrue put under closer scrutiny, it wouldn't be the first time. That's why it's important folks avoid jumping to conclusions until there can be more thorough investigations.

Edrick Peterson, 1 Injured in Car Accident in College Station, TX

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